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Five Attitudes You Should Have in Your Workplace

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Post Five Attitudes You Should Have in Your Workplace   Sat Aug 13, 2011 12:10 pm

Cultivating good general work attitudes is vital if you want to become successful at work. It is true that many employers look for individuals with the right knowledge and skills to complete a certain job. However, all else is just equal- most employers will tell you that an individual's attitude is most important among all other aspects. So how do you breed good work attitudes? There is no formula to help you develop such desirable qualities. Here are five tips that will help you get excel and be successful in any workplace.

The 'can do' attitude

The first tip for you to cultivate a good attitude in the workplace is to take on a 'can do' attitude. Your colleagues do not seem to think that things can still be done and are oftentimes on the pessimistic side. They slowly corrupt the morale of the organization and they waste work time convincing other people why some things cannot be done. For you to develop this attitude, figure out a way to complete any task at hand. Instead of dismissing the fact that things cannot be done, make sure you try to attempt doing the job first before jumping into conclusions.

Never give up

This is somewhat similar to the earlier tip. Expect to experience some drawbacks and failures with your projects at the office. When you are faced with such setbacks, never give up on the task. Failure only happens when you give up on things. When you develop this attitude, you try to slog against the odds. The effort is going to pay off regardless of how successful your project becomes. Your bosses and managers will always notice your attitude towards work and how you handle projects.

Try not to complain

Complaining is a popular disease that pollutes every workplace. When two co workers come together, a possible topic would be complaining about things. Complaining is an unhealthy habit the can detrimental to your career and to your organization as well.

Work harder

There has been so much talk on working smart lately that many people neglect the value of hard work. There is definitely no shortcut to success! Working hard means doing extra to make sure that a job is completed excellently and on time.

Get organized!

A good work organization equates to efficiency. Being organized will also motivate your managers to give more tasks to you since they know you can handle it. Most importantly, this only means they trust you with these responsibilities and this could mean a promotion coming your way.

Charmaine Ann Enerio is a registered nurse and a freelance writer in Manila, Philippines. Currently, she specializes in neonatal intensive care and in health & wellness. As an advocate of women's health, Charmaine is planning on pursuing a degree in midwifery that would focus more on helping women before, during and after their pregnancies. Writing has always been her passion and has been an editor ever since her high school years. A good thing about Charmaine is the way she balances her career as a health care professional and as a writer. Charmaine is blessed with a wonderful family and a loving fiancé.

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