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    How to be a better co-worker at Shared Office Spaces

    Posted on May 16, 2019

    Shared spaces, regardless of the location, are designed to offer functionality and flexibility that you can’t witness in a traditional office. A shared workspace fosters all the autonomy an entrepreneur could want.
    Being the country’s capital, Delhi has become a viable option for many businesses to have a shared office space in Nehru Place, Saket, and other commercial hubs that may offer a prestigious business address.
    If you have never been to such a collaborative work environment, it’s wise to keep the following points in mind.

    Greet with a Smile

    Do you plod into office with eyes down and immediately start working? If so, then your coworkers might avoid making an eye-contact with you or ignore you completely. Ensure that you meet everyone with a smile as you enter the office room.

    Avoid Back-Bitching

    Nobody wants anyone talking behind their back. When a co-worker starts some gossip about office romance or other trash talks, show you really don’t care. And then get back to work.

    Always Revert

    Make sure you follow office etiquettes promptly. There’s nothing more annoying to senior professionals than to have their emails and calls ignored. Make sure you always revert to their message at the earliest.

    Give Compliments

    Make sure you praise or give a compliment to your fellow workers on their achievements- personal or professional. If anyone stopped smoking or has done something exceptionally great, compliment them.

    Learn How to do Smart Talk

    Ask your subordinates about their likes, dislikes, interests, hobbies, and more. Showing a genuine interest in them will make them feel comfortable. Talk to them outside the office. This would certainly make them feel you are the friend first before a co-worker.
    Whether you have a shared office space in Nehru Place, Gurgaon, or anywhere, keeping these tips in mind will help you be a better employee at a combined workspace.


    Author: Anvesha Sharma


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