PRACTICE OPEN COMMUNICATION
Communication, including active listening, builds camaraderie in the workplace. Be sure to speak up when you have ideas or concerns and listen to your coworkers to create a respectful team environment.
Working collaboratively with your co-workers will help you enjoy your position as an audiology assistant and speech-language pathology assistant more and can lead to additional opportunities for you to be an even more integral part of your team.
Being a team player can help your overall job satisfaction and enhance your job performance as an audiology assistant and speech-language pathology. Being a team player also means that you can flex to accommodate the work styles of your other teammates and contribute to a positive working environment.
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