4 Don’ts to Avoid Being Too Busy Syndrome

A recent article, How to Overcome Bad Impressions by Holly Skinner says that it’s inevitable to make professional mistakes, awkward encounters or mixed up your words in the workplace from time to time that leave you feeling embarrassed and give bad impressions.

Here are four tips to redeem yourself from a negative impression which is a critical skill for success in your workplace in team office space Orlando.

  1. Show a kind gesture when you have been involved in an argument or heated debate with a coworker during a team meeting in meeting space Orlando. For instance, bring them coffee the next day, or give praise to some of their recent work or compliment them in public at the next team meeting. By showing respect for them, you’re telling them a disagreement can remain in the past and doesn’t impact your view of them.
  2. If you’re bothered about a possible impression you’ve made, just approach the person and talk to them. Say something like, “I’m sorry, I realized after we spoke yesterday that I made a mistake. I didn’t mean it that way. What I really meant was…”.
  3. Admit that you were wrong and apologize for what you said. Sincerity and humility are good indicators of emotional intelligence, another essential skill for success in the workplace.
  4. Don’t forget to listen, too. Speaking openly about negative feelings can allow both parties to express where they feel frustrated and provides the opportunity to move forward. Ignoring negative emotions can grow deeper either on your own conscience or in the mind of someone else.


To sum it up, acknowledge your mistakes, talk openly and always communicate with sincerity and a smile. Indeed, working harmoniously with coworkers in a prestigious and well designed office space will yield greater efficiency and productivity. YourOffice is a leader in providing the most prestigious executive office space and shared office space for any size business. Convenient, hassle free, and move in ready- our offices, meeting rooms, and conference rooms are designed to meet your business’ every need.

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