Can We All Just Get Along? 11 Tips To Keep From Sabotaging Your Work Relationships

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July 31, 2014 ‐ By Ann Brown

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Are you failing to win friends and influence people at work? Maybe you’re sabotaging your workplace relationships.

In order to get ahead you must have friends and supporters. And if you aren’t building solid relationships at work it will be difficult to be successful. Unsuccessful people tend to have negative traits. “They don’t show empathy. They are so selfish and focused on their own goals that they don’t ever gain allies in business, they push people out of projects, and no one bothers to seek their advice. They fail to empathize and demonstrate several other traits that can ruin projects–and even destroy companies.” reports Inc.

You don’t have to get BFFs with your workmates, but having respectful and communicative relationships in the office is a wise career move.

Here are 11 ways you are sabotaging your relationships at work.

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