Relationships are important. If people don't feel a sense of collegiality, collaboration, or a sense of fairness, they won't engage in the behaviors that organizations want from employees such as a willingness to serve, innovate, and endorse their organization. For most people, a large percentage of their time spent awake is linked to their work. In many ways, the workplace has become the primary community for people. Creating a fulfilling sense of community at work by improving relationships results in a more enjoyable and satisfying experience, which leads to improved and sustained performance.
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Creating Effective Work Relationships
October 20, 2010
9:00 a.m. Pacific, 12:00 p.m. Eastern, 4:00 p.m. GMT, 5:00 p.m. UK Strong work relationships are an important component of employee well-being and satisfaction. Don't let poor relationships ruin performance and productivity in your organization. In this webinar, best-selling author and business consultant Susan Fowler will share research and strategies that individuals and managers can use to improve relationships within their organizations. Participants will learn: * What the latest motivation research says about the importance of relationships in the work environment * What factors build or strain work relationships at an individual, person-to-person level, and at an organizational level * What strategies and techniques managers and individuals can use to create more effective relationships