Do you smile at the “chosen ones”, and treat the rest of them in an elevated way? It’s the first step to make sure the team doesn’t want to work with you. According to researchers, it is also a simple way to become an unpopular aggressor.
The standard is that the boss speaks to each other with a smile and kindness, and when an employee joins the conversation, they change their face expression instantly, from friendly to stately. The question of the lawful day off is preceded by a meaningful silence. Disease is not a reason why an employee should not work, even from home. In addition, a Messenger is required on the phone, because employers tend to send a list of tasks the next day even before midnight,” says the former employee who left the company two months ago. After that, there were more jobs and leaving. In this office the responsibility for rotation lies with the boss, namely their lack of ability to communicate with people. You can’t work without a healthy atmosphere,” says the former employee.
We don’t like plotters Spreading gossips is very bad news for companies with a high working culture. If, in addition, they compromise the good name of an employee or the company, they may result in a call to the boss for a carpet.
6 behaviours that will make your colleagues dislike working with you
You have become greedy
In 2003, researcher Dacher Kelner decided to check what happens to people when they come to power and lose control of their behaviour. He invited students to the experiment, described in the Psychological Review, and divided them into groups. In each of them there were “employees” and “bosses”. As soon as young people received positions, they started to behave differently. The change was visible even at the moment of eating (during the experiment, cookies were placed on the plate). The group leaders were glowing while eating, not closing their mouths, they were more greedy. Everything they said and did was more ostentatious. The power they received during the experiment made them behave in an unseemly manner towards their collaborators. You practice “spychology
So, what about? You do everything not to work, but to burden others with your duties. It turns out that research shows that 36% of disputes between employees result in shifting the responsibility for tasks to others. You’re talking about everything and about everyone
Loose conversations over coffee or cigarette are one thing, and regular rumours about colleagues in the company’s kitchen are another. Spreading rumours is very bad news for companies with a high working culture. If, in addition, they compromise the good name of an employee or the company, they may result in a call to the boss for a carpet. You are a master of malicious remarks
Malice is one of the vices of aggressors disliked by the team. Before the aggressor’s patch sticks to you, know that you are showing only your weakness. Research by Nathanel Fast, a professor at the University of Southern California, has shown that people begin to express negative emotions when they feel their egos are under threat. You’re the only one who counts
Associates value people they can count on. If you only work for your own success and you leave your colleagues alone, even if you have the opportunity to help them, you will not gain their liking. Remember also that one day you may need to change to on-call time or urgently seek contact with an industry person. Who can you count on? It is worth working while respecting the whole team. The prose of office life, that is, you live things without a question.
There is no need for research, it is enough to talk to employees to find out that on the list of the most irritating behaviours it is to borrow things (books, cups, teas) from other people’s desks without asking a question. In a word, ‘good practice, don’t borrow’.
All the research shows that no one wants to cooperate with toxic people in the long run, let alone be subordinate to such a person in the office. Economic indicators show that in countries with a high work culture and unacceptable behaviour, workers work effectively and are satisfied with the workplace. So, if you see these faults, it’s worth starting out with yourself. As business trainers convince us, the simplest way to gain sympathy is to make a simple statement towards a co-worker: “Thank you, I appreciate working with you very much. There is only one condition, it has to be said frankly,” the expert advises.
The employee desks are arranged in two rows in a rectangular line. Three superiors are sitting among a dozen or so people. They require employees to work without unnecessary coffee or chat breaks, but at the same time they are constantly chipping, giving the employees the feeling that they are talking to each other through Facebook Messenger. The message is one, the team has to know who rules here. The atmosphere in the office and the behaviour of one of the bosses in particular, who is accustomed to formulating critical remarks in an immersive way, make the department, however, struggle with a constant rotation