Building-Trust



With proper training in relationship building skills, employees will get to know the fundamental aspects to create a positive, empowering and motivational work environment. Furthermore, there are several more characteristics that build a good work relationship:


TRUST

It is the foundation of any relationship. With trust, the employee can work and communicate effectively with others.

MUTUAL RESPECT

Maintaining respect among employees will help to create a strong relationship where ideas and opinion can be shared openly.

UNDERSTANDING

Taking time and understanding the colleagues can be beneficial for developing a good relationship.




  • It will develop good people skill like collaboration, communication and conflict resolution
  • You will be able to identify the relationship needs and then schedule the time to build them
  • It will help you to appreciate when someone assists you in any way. Every people want to feel his or her work to be appreciated. It will open the door to great work relationship
  • It will help you to cultivate positivity at work that will strengthen the relationship with your colleagues.
  • It will also help you to listen actively to customers and your colleagues. Listening more than talking will help you to become someone who can be trusted.

Whether working with someone who sits next to you or on the other side of the world, building quality relationships are crucial to achieving organizational objectives. Therefore, it is very important to invest in such skills to construct a strong bond between all the employees. After all, the more you give, the more you’ll get back!



Does your organization have a trust issue?


Building Trust – The Critical Link to a High-Involvement, High-Energy Workplace Begins with a Common Language






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Building Trust is a half day workshop that is delivered face-to-face or virtually. Contact us today to learn more about how we can help build or repair trusting relationships throughout your company.




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*Edelman Trust Barometer, 2013