It is important to develop strong relationships with the people you work with. This should not be a surprise to anyone, as it is common knowledge that relationships can impact your overall happiness (not only at work, but at home as well). When you start to develop relationships with the people that you work with every day, you will find yourself becoming more comfortable (and thus, happier), which is especially important, as you arguably spend more time at the office than you do anywhere else. However, building relationships at work is not always that easy for everyone. Some people are shy or hesitant to reach out, while others are simply afraid to step out of their comfort zone. Nonetheless, it is important to break through this barrier and get out there. The sooner you do it, the better you'll feel. Below are some helpful tips and tricks for building strong relationships at work:
Bottom Line: Developing and maintaining strong relationships with your colleagues has many benefits including an increased amount of resources (and thus increased productivity and efficiency), as well as an overall increase in job satisfaction.
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