Interesting tips to inculcate good work ethics

Interesting tips to inculcate good work ethics

Business Development

Anjan Purandare

Anjan Purandare

24 Jun 2016, 10:39 — 4 min read

A good workplace is not known by its profits but by its work culture.  If the employees of your organisation are happily engrossed in their work, it is surely a good sign that your organisation is growing. Good work ethics, therefore, are extremely important for making a company reach the zenith. This is why; we have listed down a few tips, which will help you incorporate good work ethics in your employees.

1. Stay punctual

Make sure you follow the clock religiously. This simply means that you need to be on or even before time for all your meetings and appointments. This will give you enough time to review your notes. Besides, you can connect to others present in the meeting on an informal basis. This will help you gain an insight into what your client is looking forward to.

2. Be professional

Professionalism is not just about perfectly-ironed attire and shiny shoes.  It is much beyond it. Your attitude, values and of course the demeanor are a part of it. So, to stay professional, inculcate a positive attitude and show a cordial behavior. Also, refrain yourself from all sorts of gossips. Show respect to others and practice honesty and consistency. All these qualities when combined together result in pure professional attitude.

3. Practice self-discipline

If you wish to reach the zenith, practicing the attribute of self-discipline is extremely essential. This basically means that you need to stay focused on the desired goal and not get distracted by short-term gratifications. Just target your objective persistently and work hard towards achieving it. Striving for the best without stopping is the soul of self-discipline.

4. Avoid procrastination

Never leave it on for tomorrow if you can do it today. Benjamin Franklin rightly said so. These words hold much relevance even in today’s scenario. So, the moment you are assigned with a task, start working on it. This will not only give you an opportunity to finish a task early but will give you ample time to review it. So, consider time as money and invest it judiciously. This will also help both you and your company to reap more and more profits.

5. Balancing is the key

If you remain glued to your computer screen for extended hours, this does not indicate that you are working hard and maintain good work ethic. If you wish to be a good employee, you need to maintain a balance. This implies that you should invest a good amount of time in rejuvenating your mind, body and soul. So, take proper rest, eat right and pamper yourself quite often. If you come to office rejuvenated each day, not only your productivity increases but the quality also gets improved.

6. Stay away from distractions

The trend of social media is one of the major culprits in distracting people from work. From the time social media platform is easily accessible on phones, most of the employees spend hours browsing it. A few other distractions include chatting or texting friends, playing games and watching television. All you need to do is identify your area of distraction. Once you have done that, try to overcome the weakness. This will surely help you achieve your goals. Also, avoid office groups that are too much into gossiping.

Once you are able to follow all these attributes, you will definitely be able to inculcate good work ethics in your organisation.

Article source: http://www.ivyclique.in/article/Self-Help-&-Self-Improvement/Interesting-Tips-to-Inculcate-Good-Work-Ethics/NDc2NQ==/MTg

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