Workplace Ready People Skills: Start With These Beliefs | #PeopleSkills
by Kate Nasser |
To have workplace ready people skills, first check your people skills beliefs. Are yours on the following list for great leadership and teamwork?
Workplace Ready People Skills: Beliefs Checklist
Leaders and teams use this checklist to develop workplace ready people skills and reach individual and group success. They also use these items to craft descriptions of positive leader and team member actions.
Crucial to show respect and speak with civility. Authenticity is not a license to be rude and insulting. Insults leave scars. Build bonds instead.
Necessary to speak up respectfully vs. holding a grudge. What we leave unsaid explodes later.
Valuable to listen. It shows strength and professionalism not weakness and surrender.
Beneficial to adapt to each other’s social styles. It doesn’t mean you are fake. It is professional flexibility.
Worthwhile to learn about each other. This improves results.
Critical to show initiative without running over others. Combine initiative with great listening.
Important to contribute your talents. Go beyond your job description. It realizes everyone’s potential.
Imperative to continue to contribute even when your idea doesn’t win out.
Necessary to be confident not arrogant. Confidence learns; arrogance doesn’t. It thinks it knows everything.
Imperative that everyone matters equally. Bias and inequity destroy morale and results.
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Workplace ready people skills flow from leaders’ and teammates’ beliefs. Whether you are a team’s new leader, a new team, or hiring new team members, start with these 11 workplace ready people skills beliefs.
From my professional experience to your success,
Kate Nasser, The People Skills Coach™
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