People do not go to work to upset their colleagues but misunderstandings in the workplace will occur.
The first step is to understand how our behaviour can negatively affect members of our team.
It is then important to take action to try and change troublesome behaviours. It is not about punishment.
It is about enabling you to be the best version of yourself and maximising the wellbeing and effectiveness of your team, as described in Question 3 "What are the benefits of improving poor behaviours?".
2. Advice on common problematic areas