Having relationships with your coworkers is important, but how important? Does it really affect your productivity, mindset, and overall job fulfillment? Check out the importance of relationships at work, common habits that could be preventing you from creating work relationships and more, in this weeks link roundup, below!
Relationships in the workplace are e.v.e.r.y.t.h.i.ng. Ensuring your coworkers are lifting you up, supporting you, and being positive is crucial. What’s more crucial is that they feel the same way about you. Check out these habits that may be unintentionally driving your coworkers away. (Number 3 is an easy fix).
Think about the type of people you enjoy accomplishing things with. They’re generally people you like, respect and truly feel connected to in one way or another. Positive relationships not only affect your interactions and productivity with your fellow colleagues, but it also affects the work employees do for their employers. Read more to find out why building relationships in the office, is key as a leader.
We can talk about why it’s important to build relationships in the workplace, but you also need to know how. “Employers that want employees to be at their best should recognize the critical role that positive relationships play in keeping them satisfied, motivated, and engaged”. Check out 3 ways to create positive relationships in the office, here!
“Customer-centric organizations are 38% more likely to report greater profitability than those that are not.” A positive and close relationship between the IT and Marketing leaders in business can dramatically affect a company and its success. Check it out!
“If we don’t have positive work relationships it’s harder to build a professional network of resources and advocates that know your value and want you to succeed”. If you want more ways to create better relationships at work, read these 8 tips here.
“Managing hundreds of relationships is exhausting. This is where establishing a solid system comes in”. A larger network doesn’t mean taking up more of your time, it just simply means paying closer attention. Check out how “personal touch” can make all the difference.