Getting along with your co-workers can enhance your job on so many levels. Here's your Sun sign's top tip for managing relationships with colleagues and keeping your workplace happy.
Be organized. Attention to detail means co-workers can rely on you to get things done well.
Focus on balance. Your inherent desire to work as a team means sharing the load. When you focus on making a fair contribution, everyone benefits.
Get obsessive. When you're passionate about what you're doing, you stay focussed for longer. Co-workers love how you keep digging until the truth is discovered.
Consider the big picture. Keep an open mind and see the glass half full. Co-workers love your optimism.
Take the long-term view. What you and your co-workers do each week contributes to yearly achievements. Know how present projects support future success.
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Think outside the box. Taking an innovative approach means you all benefit from new technology and emerging ideas. Forget convention and embrace alternatives.
Trust your intuition. Your sixth sense is often spot-on with co-workers, so extend extra support based on your instincts.
Take charge. Someone has to start things, and in the workplace it's you. Show initiative to get everyone moving.
Be practical. Taking a slow and steady approach means nothing important gets overlooked. It may pay to slow impulsive co-workers down.
Be curious. Share your ideas and be open to your co-worker's input. Conversations, networking and information exchange are your gifts to the workplace.
Show you care. Taking a nurturing role with co-workers or professional projects means always going the extra mile.
Be the leader. Your ideas can inspire others, so share your flair and pizzazz. Adding color and creativity is your gift to your co-workers.
Sherene Schostak is a Jungian psychotherapist, author and metaphysician who specializes in helping creative artists transform their addictions and blocks. She has been in private practice in New York City for the past 13 years consulting, writing and... read more