Sunday, 6 September 2015

How to Display a Positive Attitude at Work by: Silas Reed



Work is a place where a lot of people work together. A lot of people mean the existence of a lot of individual differences because of different people with different backgrounds, traditions, customs and beliefs. This guarantees clash of ideas and thus differences among the employees. But this kind of a negative work situation of people sharing cold wars and apparent disregard for others is not at all desired. Positive attitude helps create an environment of co-existence.

Cooperation and harmony is what leads to productivity. Displaying positive attitude at work is also important for maintaining an amiable work impression.

First and foremost, it is important to avoid people who spread rumors and believe in an aggressive approach to work. People with negative attitudes should be kept at a distance or tried to be modified.

Being professional is absolutely necessary. This implies you should have the willingness to cooperate rather than retort. Making adjustments is they key to harmony. You could put this message across by instantly smiling at others, being courteous and polite in interaction and responding in a considerate manner. This would make you appear like you are willing to cooperate.

When you find your colleagues in some trouble or when they ask you for help, go ahead and try your best to assist them in coming out of the soup. You do not have to go out of your way to do so. Help them with the resources at your disposal but do not come up with a curt "no". Working together would only improve production and work situations.

When your colleagues or some employee make a request to you, it is easy to decline. But if you have positive attitude then you would easily be able to help them with it without grumbling to yourself. Do not be selfish and mean. Being positive implies to be able to co-exist with others in harmony. 

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One should also harbor positive ideas. Being creative is also important. When you come up with a new plan, or somebody else does, it is important to be encouraging and being positive and optimistic about the new project. Negative attitude like too much criticism and deciding from the onset that it is not going to work is not the right thing to do.

One should also genuinely accept suggestions from when he initiates a project. Exchange of positive ideas can lead to better productivity. When somebody else starts the project you could help them with new, useful ideas.

Being open to suggestion and criticisms is also a part of being positive at work. Some others may advice you when they see better prospects in some other plan. One should learn to keep an open mind to these suggestions. They may just help you. Don't take criticisms personally rather take them sportingly and make use of them in your work.

Displaying a positive attitude at work could mean better impression formation, better working conditions, peace and harmony and all these would lead to the company's basic motive- increase in productivity.