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Interpersonal Skills In Corporate Culture

Updated on August 5, 2015

Aspects to Upgrade

Since long it has been observed that a person with better skills may face a setback if, he does not satisfy the other needs in the corporate environment. On the other hand, people, less skillful, may get promoted to higher position soon. This phenomenon is observed when people with better skills forgets or tends to ignore other important aspects. After the experience with such culture and lot of research and analysis, through net and physically, I have derived certain such aspects which can give you the cutting-edge over your competitors. I glad to share these aspects in brief with the society and fellow readers.


First thing that makes an impact, positive or negative, when you enter the office or conference room or the interview room. Make sure you groom well.


It all starts with a simple greeting then availing the work, appreciating for it, transparency along with motivation and self-confidence. It doesn’t end here. There is even important aspect to look after which is your communication etiquette. This aspect as a whole is important while your promotion and appraisal is concerned.

3.Appetite For Learning:

If you don’t want to get stuck doing the same job for the years to come then you definitely want to work out-of-the-box and learn something new that can improvise you as a person and employee.


As simple to say, the way you look at the half-filled glass of water defines your attitude. Do not mix it with ego. Ego takes you down while Attitude takes you higher. Implement ‘I will’ Attitude and feel the difference.

5.Team Play:

‘Talent wins games, but teamwork and intelligence wins championships’ – Michael Jordon. Respect your superiors, help your subordinates and work together in a healthy environment as teamwork multiplies the success.


Be the dry ice. Don’t melt down yourself when the stress builds up. Find your ways to refresh your mind. Meditation, yoga, soft toys etc. are very helpful as quick stress-busters.

7.Before-time Quality Results:

In today’s market everyone has a deadline. It is been given when the duties are allotted. Analyze your duties and estimate the time that it would take to complete it all with accuracy and precision. Make sure it matches with the given time-limit. Prepare yourself to complete it half-an-hour before time as revising the work done before submitting is always helpful.

To sum it up, it is not only the technical skills that can get you through. There are above given aspects that makes a bigger impact. Hence they should be given the equal priority as your technical aspect because at the end of the day your improvements stay. So "Awake, Arise And Stop Not Till The Goal Is Achieved" - Swami Vivekananda

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    • nisargmehta profile imageAUTHOR


      5 years ago from SURAT, Gujarat, India

      Its my pleasure!!! Thank you for appreciation!!! [Smiles]

    • nisargmehta profile imageAUTHOR


      6 years ago from SURAT, Gujarat, India

      Thanks Vaibhav,,, :)

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      vaibhav shah 

      6 years ago

      Yes you are absolutely right. This things are very important in life. All are having one or the another skills in them but they are not aware of it. Here you had explained a very big thing very easily..........


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