We've looked at the economy from many angles ... but not this one
Well put Gabe! Thanks for the reminders.
We're running hard to get new customers and increase sales with those we already have.
We've turned out the lights and saved power wherever we can, and we've checked for every possible savings on material and supplies.
These steps would help any organization preserve the bottom line, but there is one factor that can do more.
Keeping people satisfied with their work is a big item. We all have more to do today. Some of us are wearing two hats, according to job descriptions.
That could be one reason university professors say today's workplace is rife with rudeness and lack of respect for each other. Some 60 percent of their study respondents say the situation is getting worse.
Workers who are in a hurry may think they don't have time to be polite. But it saves time in the long run because it increases cooperation and creativity.
Civility goes beyond please and thank you (but those words can help). It includes listening and body language.
A study published in one psychology journal says positive relations with co-workers are a big factor in how people feel from day to day. They are less stressed, even if they are very busy, and more productive.
Besides respecting others, as well as yourself, it's important to know what makes you angry or frustrated. Decide that when it happens, you will have a solution-driven attitude. Focus on the problem, not the other person.
When one person becomes a role model for civility and respect, those qualities can spread to others.
Gabe Sanders and Susan Maxwell
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