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Health 2000 Catalogue - 01.02.2020 - 29.02.2020 - page 24 - NO LONGER VALID

Health 2000 Catalogue - 01.02.2020 - 29.02.2020 - page 24 - NO LONGER VALID

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Health 2000 mailer  - 01.02.2020 - 29.02.2020. Page 24.
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HOW TO JUGGLE CONFLICTING workplace personalities BY BRIANNA TRAN Just as in life, you encounter people of different personalities, temperaments and dispositions in the workplace. There are some who you might instantly get along with, and others where a relationship might be more of a struggle. RECOGNISE STRENGTHS 3. AND WEAKNESSES Every person is unique, and everyone comes with their own set of strengths and weaknesses. Recognising what a person is good at and the value they add to the team may help you to respect them more and value their opinions, even though they might differ from your own. Equally, it's important to know your own strengths and weaknesses so you don't see a person's contributions as threats to your own. However, at work, you cannot simply walk away from the people with whom your personality conflicts or your values differ. Learning the skills to cope with different personality types can set you in good stead for when challenging situations arise. 4. COMMUNICATE BETTER Here are five tips to help you manage different personalities in your workplace or day-to-day life. Many workplace issues are the direct result of poor communication. Gaps in communication leave room for people to make assumptions, or for details to be missed. Sometimes it's far BE A TEAM PLAYER Remember that you are both on the same team! While you might prefer to work alone, it's better to stay involved with your team and not close yourself off too much all the time. Being able to bounce ideas off other people helps to create a comfortable and collaborative work environment to work towards the more effective to walk to someone's desk for a quick in-person discussion, rather than firing emails back and forth. On the other hand, a simple emailed message can be a considerate gesture. Consider your tone, too - the problem with written communication is that it can lack a clear tone, so sometimes meeting in person is a better option. same outcome. STAY OUT OF OFFICE GOSSIP LISTEN AND EMPATHISE While it can be entertaining and is usually harmless, office gossip can lead to awkwardness, disrespect, and even more serious situations like bullying. Try to maintain a non-judgemental attitude and focus on how you react to situations. In a group situation, try to redirect the conversation toward Empathy is a highly-important trait, especially if you're in a management position. Listening to another person's perspective and taking an empathetic approach to the situation shows the other person that you've considered their feelings and opinion, and there's a much greater chance of finding a fruitful outcome in a conflicting situation. Brianna Tran is a natural health and nutrition researcher with a degree in Communication Studies. something more positive. 24 HEALTH 200O FEBRUARY 2020

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