A concern for others increases is often deeply linked to a person’s empathy and consideration of others - their feelings, their wishes and their rights - to be treated as human beings. People with concern for others show respect to the people they admire, and treat others for who they are, always showing understanding and being helpful in the workplace.
Good manners and good language cannot be underrated. People who are sensitive to others’ needs and feelings ensure they deal with anger and disagreement in a peaceful and diplomatic manner, without any violence or threat. Self-respect is crucial to treating others with respect, as respect is often a reflection of our inner selves. Kindness and support that is exhibited, is often returned in kind.
Practicing tolerance can help increase confidence in others, and build positive relationships. Positive relationships can nurture self-confidence and a positive self-awareness to ensure success. The ability to be self-aware, know their own strengths and accept weaknesses makes it easier to show concern and respect for others.