Principles of Mindfulness of Stepping into Moral Relationships in the Workplace

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Ing-orn Tanphan
Tosaporn Mahamud
Suvimon Punto


     The objective of this study is to create a clear understanding of the identity that affects the creation of a culture and to be able to demonstrate the educational results to be evident in the work, building good relationships at work, accessing a good culture. in the organization Expressions, definitions and discussions to present a new and clear concept of value creation in the context of people working in the organization. The art of approaching people, professional presence In working conditions that are different from the synthesis of the work, it shows that Good practice. In approaching, good relations can deliver good results in work, which is considered to create progress in the work culture. It is a realization of their growth. The organization results can understand the behavior of Good relationship people to build cooperation and deal with problems that arise in the organization.

Article history: Received 22 August 2022          
                           Revised 7 February 2023              
                           Accepted 9 February 2023        
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Tanphan, I.- orn, Mahamud, T., & Punto, S. (2023). Principles of Mindfulness of Stepping into Moral Relationships in the Workplace. Journal of Management Science Nakhon Pathom Rajabhat University, 10(1), 67–75. (Original work published June 30, 2023)
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