1. Look them in the eyes Eye contact is a definite must. There’s a reason we’re taught to do it from an early age. It helps build trust between you and whoever you’re talking to. If they do it too, then the trust only builds more. 2. Have a firm handshake Having a firm handshake shows that you have strength – sounds a little obvious now, doesn\'t it? It lets the other person that you are capable of being friendly as well as assertive and in charge. 3. Be polite We have covered the e...

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Perception is reality. We have only to listen to two distinct descriptions of the same workplace confrontation to know that people in conflict view the same event entirely differently. The most astonishing thing about these opposing versions of the same event is that neithe...

Top 10 Things to Avoid at Workplace
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 Don’t Leave Your Desk Without Your Cell Phone Leaving your cell phone on your desktop can be very disruptive to your colleagues, if it rings. Keep your cell phone along with you, or put it on ...

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