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Subscriber active since. We asked Taylor and Michael Kerr, an international business speaker and author of " The Humor Advantage, " about the best — and quickest — ways to earn respect at work. Read on for their top tips.

Kerr called it a "chicken-and-egg relationship": If you respect other people, they'll be more inclined to respect you, and so on. Taylor emphasized the importance of treating everyone with equal respect, whether they're above or below you in the corporate hierarchy.

Taylor recommended trying not only to meet your deadlines, but to beat them whenever possible. One great way to lose people's respect? Walk around telling them "how great you are," Kerr said. Don't let your ego get in the way, he added — be confident that if you're doing a good job, your coworkers will notice. Let's say you know a coworker is having a hard time finishing a particular project. Taylor said you might recommend that they talk to someone in another department with the appropriate skill set. That said, Taylor added that people will respect you even more if you set some reasonable boundaries when it comes to helping others: "Don't be a doormat.

Even if your conversation partner doesn't quite agree with your position, the key is being "direct in a constructive way.

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You never want to find yourself "settling for the lowest common denominator," Kerr said. Instead, you should always be searching for a better way to do your work. Regardless of your position at your company, it's crucial to take ownership of your work — and your missteps. Don't "make excuses for things when something's gone off the rails," Kerr said. Kerr has led surveys that found leaders who practice self-effacing humor tend to be more respected in the workplace.

Taylor said being kind can be as simple as saying "good morning" to your coworkers or asking about something big that's going on in their personal lives. Be open to hearing other people's perspectives, Kerr said, and potentially changing your mind based on what you've learned.

1. be relentlessly proactive.

Kerr said he's found in surveys that people's favorite bosses are typically the best listeners. Don't be a Debbie Downer. Try to find the silver lining in every challenging situation. If you're known for having a positive attitude, you'll earn people's respect, Kerr said. This behavior is especially important for leaders, Kerr said.

How to make him respect you

Be the type of boss who uses the term "we" instead of "I," and means it. Kerr said his surveys have consistently found that employees appreciate when their efforts are recognized and praised.

Find two or three values that are important to you, Kerr said, and never compromise on them. When people see that you stick to your principles, even if they disagree with those principles, they'll think, "I respect you still for holding your ground. World globe An icon of the world globe, indicating different international options. Get the Insider App. A leading-edge research firm focused on digital transformation.

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Redeem your free audiobook. US Markets Loading H M S In the news. Shana Lebowitz. Earning respect is about sticking to your convictions and making the best decisions possible.

We asked two workplace experts to share the best and fastest ways to gain your coworkers' respect. Those strategies include keeping your promises, admitting to your mistakes, and being a good listener. Visit BusinessInsider. Give respect to other people.

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Consistently keep your promises. Let your actions speak louder than your words. Help others when they need it. Ask for help when you need it.

Say what you mean. Always strive to do better. Admit to your mistakes.

Be able to laugh at yourself. Show kindness.

10 ways to make a man respect you

Be willing to change your mind. Always do your best to listen well. See the good in everything and everyone. Give credit where it's due.

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