Would YOU rather be LIKED or.....RESPECTED in the workplace? Why? Why not?
I would rather be respected. I don't need to have friends at work. But I need to be valued as a person. You spend more time at work than you do at home. You need to be happy and in a good environment.
If you're respected, it means that people see your abilities and acknowledge that you have a place in your work environment. We all know the super likable guy who's been in the same position for years, while someone who commands respect moves up the ladder in a matter of months.
Both are good. But I would much rather be respected for the quality work that I do. Friendships at work are cool, but what is much more important is to be respected....
I think if someone doesn't respect you, that can't really like you. Both go together.
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