Sometimes, you tend to focus on all aspects that make you different from your co-workers. In connection, self-disclosure is both the conscious and subconscious act of revealing more about yourself to others. This may include actions, feelings, aspirations, goals, thoughts, successes, failures, goals, fears, dreams as well as one’s likes, dislikes and favorites. Self-disclosure usually happens when we meet someone and continues as we build and develop our relationships with people.

Learn how to succeed at a task without feeling one has succeed as a man.

 

This article will tackle about the ten effective tips on how to make yourself interesting towards your co-workers.

 

1. Greet and smile to your co-workers in the morning

Strategically greet your co-workers.

Strategically greet your co-workers.

A smile can open a lonely heart. It can also brighten up someone’s day. Also, greetings can show that you treat your co-workers special.

 

2. Show your interest to others

Showing your interest to someone will be your starting step to have him as your friend.

Showing your interest to someone will be your starting step to have him as your friend.

The basic energies of life are the needs and interests of a person. Therefore, being interested to others would support a humanistic development of self.

 

3. Recognize their efforts and appreciate them even in their simple achievements

Every time you show your appreciation to your co-workers, they will be motivated to improve and excel more on their work. Build support system to others through appreciating their good deeds.

Every time you show your appreciation to your co-workers, they will be motivated to improve and excel more on their work.

Build support system to others through appreciating their good deeds.

 

4. Listen actively to others’ stories without feeling responsible for solving their problems

Open your ears to others.

Open your ears to others.

It is true that being an outlet of someone is so hard. However, you have to be patient in listening all the happy and sad stories they are narrating. These people want someone who can understand them and give them a warm hug in the end. Sympathize with them not because of what they feel about their stories but because of their stories.

 

5. No to gossiping

"Change the topic immediately if you detect something is wrong!

Change the topic immediately if you sense something is wrong!

Gossiping is the worst human trait. Avoid or do not gossip. If one of your co-workers start to gossip in front of you, interrup him! Change the topic or be frank to him. You can say, “Hey, we should not talk about that. Lets better mind our own business.”

 

6. Give your compliments to others at the right time and at the right place

Give your compliments in a nice way as much as possible.

Give your compliments in a nice way as much as possible.

Compliments can be factors of making someone’s feel better and focus on a task assigned to him.

 

7. Be helpful

help your co-workers effectively

Help your co-workers effectively.

Do not let your day ends without helping someone even in your small ways.

 

8. Be punctual always

Be punctual always.

Don’t waste a single second of your life. Be punctual always.

Time is gold. Stop being late at work. In addition, try to finish all the task ahead of time. Aside from showing to your boss and to your co-workers that you value time,  you will also proved that you can be able to survive in times of pressures and challenges.

 

9. Be careful to what you say

Watch your mouth!

Watch your mouth!

“Season your words with sugar.” This means that you should speak nicely without being hurtful. Express your feelings and thoughts as a valid part of oneself rather than as a dangerous sword that can kill someone’s happiness.

 

10. Do not criticize

Be nice to your co-workers.

Be nice to your co-workers.

Instead of criticizing your co-workers, why not help him improve in his work?

 

Have the initiative to know more about your co-workers. Develop your intellectual, physical and spiritual aspects in order to reach your full human potentials. In the process of improving yourself, you also strive to express your talents and abilities for the enrichment and benefits of others.