7 Deadly Workplace Mistakes We Often Make

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If you believe that the relationship with your colleagues is not the most important part of your career then you are wrong. Research shows that if you have a friendly relationship with your coworkers, your productivity increases quite significantly. But, unfortunately, when we start working at a new place, we may make mistakes that we don’t even notice. And in order to prevent them, we offer you to take a look at the most common ones. Cool stuff, cool stuff, cool stuff

We at BlizBluz.com hope that you have a really friendly team at work but if you don’t, our article will help you fix some of the problems.

1. You don’t remember names.

“A person’s name is to that person the sweetest and most important sound in any language.”

Famous public speaker and author of How to Win Friends and Influence People, Dale Carnegie, recommends calling people by their names from the moment you’ve met them because this way you will both memorize the name and demonstrate respect toward the other person. Cool stuff, cool stuff, cool stuff

2. You don’t bring tasty foods.

When someone comes over to your place, your duty is to give them tasty food. But what should you do at work? If you want to do something nice for your colleagues and earn yourself a reputation of a nice person, bring some treats to work.

You don’t have to spend a day in the kitchen (even though it would be really cool), you can just buy some cookies and share them with everyone. And if this becomes a tradition for the entire team, you will never be hungry at work.

3. You are afraid of adding your colleagues on social media.

If you want to learn more about the company you work for and become friends with your colleagues, you should find out more about their interests and achievements. First, it will help you find something to talk about, and second, you will learn what you shouldn’t talk about. The most important thing is not to spread the information you get from other people. You don’t want to be known as a gossip, right?

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