It is important to have a good relationship with your coworkers since you spend 8 hours a day with them. Here are seven ways to practice being more attentive and suitable team player.

Learn about your coworkers

Take time to learn what your teammates like and dislike. Just a simple thing such as finding out if they are a morning person or if
they take time to wake up in the mornings. Another thing might be observing what their hot button issues are.


Always attempt to communicate in person as often as you can. Sending emails or other electronic communications are convenient, but in person can
help you to make a connection with your coworkers


Work Harder it is contagious. Try to minimize distractions, do not engage in every conversation around you. If you work hard and stay focused, then others will notice.


Always be kind. Be careful to choose your words when speaking to your coworkers. Inappropriate words or demeaning phrases can cause psychological


Be honest about your capacity. If you feel that you are not capable of doing a particular task, talk to your supervisor and voice your concerns. If you
do not understand, ask questions.


Be clear about your availability. Do not take on too many projects putting yourself in a situation that will set you up to fail.


Practice active listening. Pay attention when a co-worker is talking. Making eye contact and not thinking about what you plan to say next is as
important and staying focused.

Get back to people in a reasonable period. It is easy to be preoccupied in projects or specific duties and lose track of time. It is important to maintain communication with co-workers and have a reputation of always being dependable.