TAILIEUCHUNG - How to Develop Better Human Relations

Frequently the difference between a really successful manager and an average manager is skill in handling human relationships. In the simplest sense, good human relations consist of people getting along well together. | How to Develop Better Human Relations Frequently the difference between a really successful manager and an average manager is skill in handling human relationships. In the simplest sense good human relations consist of people getting along well together. 1. Work well with others. Treat others with importance because everyone wants to be recognized and appreciated. Think speak and act with the other person s interest and point of view in mind. 2. Allow others to have a difference of opinion. Be willing to listen to new ideas and consider other s suggestions. Avoid a know-it-all attitude. When you make mistakes be frank in admitting them. 3. Learn to say No sympathetically. 4. Ask for help but don t demand it and be very clear in exactly what you need help with. Make the importance of your project clear to others who are involved. Avoid undue pressure. 5. When requesting help try to praise people in advance. People tend to do what is expected of them. If you treat them as if they can t do much they may not be inclined to try very hard. If they realize that you re expecting a great deal of them they may try to live up to your expectations. 6. Be friendly. Be pleasant agreeable and tactful in your dealings with others. Try to demonstrate a genuine liking for people. 7. Maintain emotional maturity. Keep an even temper maintain an objective outlook and avoid emotional outbursts. Learn to accept constructive criticism and suggestions gracefully without being sensitive. Source Health Care Coaching Inventory Tool Notebook and CBA to on-boarding new R PD employees by J. Alden P. Fisher H. Hicks Y. Igarashi J. Ostendorf W. Patterson J. Rosborough J. Shulman J. Warr and D. .

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