Playground rules apply in business

Adkins, Ben
May 2006
Fort Worth Business Press;5/15/2006, Vol. 19 Issue 20, p12
Presents several lessons that can help people at work and in the business to have a better skills at interpersonal relations. Importance of trust; Honesty means telling the truth and keeping your promises; Necessity of competence to earn the respect of people and colleagues; Advice to people not to take criticism personally; Collaboration and compromise are always good.


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