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Adherence to office etiquettes is the soul of organizational productivity and goal attainment. The efficiency of teamwork and interpersonal relations is reduced where there is laxity in social, corporate, business and office etiquettes. The bossy attitudes, the hostility, the stress and petty office politics exist because most organizational staff are unaware of the little niceties that makes working together in any work environment smooth and stress-free for everyone.
Knowing about office etiquettes will help you know how to mobilize your staff to get the best of them. You will achieve a harmonious working environment. You will know how to set rules that makes organizational goals easily achievable. You will have less bickering and ego trips that hinder cordiality in an office. Don’t
hate your colleagues or boss, there is no need for that. Simply learn the best tricks to make them like you.
Ucheka Anofienem- Director, Skill Development Information System Ltd. helps business owners and organizations to expand their capacity to make money by using overlooked marketing and leveraging strategies. An Idea Creator; Breakthrough Thinker; Human Capital; and Business Development consultant.
A highly sought-after value-oriented business development strategist, an innovative marketer and impactful career trainer. Ucheka is skilled in knowledge and information transfer, and a delight as keynote speaker in seminars, conference and workshops. He is an excellent teacher that gives much more
value for money paid. He helps those that need concrete money-spinning, and cost-saving ideas to move their business to higher levels.
Since 1998, he has worked to create capacity building value for organizations and clients. Ucheka is a Document Development Specialist, Research Writer, Business Coach, and Author with over fifty published works. His first degree is in English and Literature, Master’s degree in International Law and Diplomacy from the Universities of Benin and Jos respectively. Contact: 234 (0) 8164746117, Email: firstname.lastname@example.org