Practicing Diplomacy in the Workplace
January 2003Part of your job success depends on how well you relate to your manager and coworkers. Strong working relationships are good for morale and can make you more effective in your position.
Throughout your career, you'll need to collaborate on projects and excel on both an individual and team basis.
In every business situation, diplomacy and tact are the secrets to a successful outcome. Here are five suggestions for gaining a reputation as an office diplomat:
It's a relatively straightforward task to master the latest software application or to become familiar with a new policy at work, but it's more of a challenge to become known as a master communicator. For those who make the effort, though, the career rewards can be tremendous.
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