Another Handful of Tips 55 – Human Relations

Another Handful of Tips 55 – Human Relations

A short course in human relations

Recently I was browsing through an old diary and came across these recommendations. They are worth repeating as a reminder of how we should be acting when dealing with others.

The source is unknown, but it makes a useful “Handful of tips”.

1. The six most important words you can use in a business relationship:

“I admit that I was wrong.”

2. The five most important words when dealing with staff:

“You did a great job.”

3. The four most important words when you are consulted on a problem:

“What do you think?”

4. The three most important words when giving an order:

“Could you please….”

5. The two most important words when a job is well done:

“Thank you.”

And of course the least important word is “I”.

Geoffrey Moss

“Interpersonal skills are the currency of today”

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