In every coworking, each person works hard, of course, but without forgetting that everyone’s knowledge that may help others – either directly or indirectly.
There are several ways for a coworker to make the coworking experience more meaningful for herself and for others… some of them:
1 . Sharing stories about her own personal work experience
2. Building networks with other coworkers
3. Giving/Asking for specific services
4. Telling more about work during community building activities
5. Joining professional networks through other coworkers
6. Exchanging knowledge – all kinds of knowledge!
7. Supporting a StartupHuts and suggesting new activities
All this contributes in making a difference in a StartupHuts environment – so that everybody may have the best community experience!
Coworkers are not clients. They are professionals working with you.
People who know us also know that we care a lot about sharing a healthy communications of coworking’s best practices.
In this post we want to talk about relationships.
Basically, we want to point out that the coworker is not a client – even if s/he may look like one, since he’s paying a fee to use the space.
Being able to feel how your customers feel is the only way you can truly understand how to make them happy and achieve what they want. Rather than expecting people to give you what you want, start by understanding what they want. Helping them get that is the best way to get what you want from them.
StartupHuts offers you the best co-working office space to meet your individual needs. Your dedicated plug & play work space, StartupHuts members get the benefit of being part of the community of like minded people who share and help each other. From the regular organized events at StartupHuts, you can get guidance, exposure and networking.
At Startuphuts, we encourage Teamwork with our community driven Co Working Spaces and Managed Offices across our Centers. Our Offices are designed to foster better collaboration and bonding between your Teams and also with your Co-workers. You never know who might be your next team member.