International Journal of Applied Research
Vol. 2, Issue 3, Part K (2016)
Socializing at workplace
Bilal Ahmad Rather
Humans by nature need love and affiliation. Besides their needs of food and security they have a strong need to get along. Even a person who would rank lower on the continuum of socialization needs some kind of association. Mingling up with people at work is great skill one could have, for it brings love, help and recognition – three corner-stones of one’s successful career. However some people lack this skill and face problems in socializing. This study has been undertaken to know the reasons that keep a person devoid of this skill. The article highlights the importance of overcoming the social & personal hiccups that become hindrances in affiliating with those around. Taking inputs from various researches, theories, case studies and advices of various social scientists, the article would suggest some ways to overcome the problem of being introvert. The study is based upon a fact that an employee needs to be good at interpersonal skills and to develop these skills, he will have to be social.
How to cite this article:
Bilal Ahmad Rather. Socializing at workplace. International Journal of Applied Research. 2016; 2(3): 656-659.