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Benefits of good work relationships

Benefits of good work relationships

  • our work is more enjoyable
  • people are more likely to go along with changes that we want to implement
  • they're necessary if we hope to develop our careers
  • instead of spending time and energy overcoming the problems associated with negative relationships, we can focus on opportunities.

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There are several characteristics that make up good, healthy working relationships:

  • Trust
  • Mutual respect
  • Taking responsibility for your words and actions.
  • Welcoming diversity
  • Open honest communication 

  • Develop your people skills.
  • Identify your relationship needs.
  • Schedule time to build relationships.
  • Focus on your Emotional Intelligence.
  • Appreciate others.
  • Be positive.
  • Manage your boundaries.

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