4. Nice Businesswomen Build Rapports
Having the ability to build rapports is a key element for driving successful customer service. Businesswomen in leadership roles and human resource positions benefit from this ability as well. That because, nice businesswoman:
- Care genuinely about others
- Listen to the needs of others
- Have a deep desire to meet those needs
These factors help to form trustworthy foundations, which helps to create successful business relationships.
5. Nice Businesswomen Make Really Great Managers
“People don’t leave their companies. People leave their managers.”
It’s because of that age-old way that nice managers tend to have employees that are more engaged. When it comes to nice managers, they:
- Actually care about their employees
- Notice their employees’ contributions
- Enjoy praising good work of employees
This encourages employees to be more engaged, which leads to:
- Better productivity
- Better profitability
- Better customer ratings
- Lower turnover rates
- Lower absenteeism rates
- Less quality issues
6. Can a Businesswoman be Too Nice?
As discussions arise about people overusing the phrase, “I’m sorry“, These days, businesswomen are more and more aware of just how actions and words influence perception in the business world. And, we’re all learning that niceness doesn’t necessarily equate to weakness.
You can stop using language that’s so self-defeating, such as “I’m sorry”, and still remain a nice person. Just because you’re a nice businesswoman doesn’t mean you can’t maintain your boundaries, speak your opinions, stand up for what you believe in or disagree with others. All you have to do is do it with grace, kindness and respect.
Do you know any nice businesswomen you truly respect?
Give them plugs in the comments below.
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