Andy Core is an expert in Work-Life Balance, Wellbeing, and Peak Human Performance.
They say that in order for you to be respected, you have to show some respect towards other people, too. Unfortunately, some really don’t care about the word itself, and would just continue to act as if they are friends with everyone, or they are better than everyone is. Here are some tips from one of the best leadership speakers, Andy Core, on how you can earn respect from your colleagues or employees.
- Let them know your stand. Let them realize who you are and what your capabilities are, but not in a degrading way. Just let them understand how tough your personality is, you should never be taken for granted.
- Do not let them interrupt you, especially if you still have something more to say. Sending out a message should be done well. When you are interrupted, you will lose the limelight and the chance of getting your point across. If someone tries to cut you out, try to raise your voice a little. If the person doesn’t stop, then raise your pointer finger, signaling that you are not done yet. If it is still not working, then simple say something like “I was not finished talking yet.” or “Stop!” are acceptable.
- Keep a low tone voice.
- Dress well and keep your body language intact. Do not be too lax and bubbly as these types of personalities are being taken for granted easily.
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