Poor relationships within the team will always reflect on morale and have been proven to impact on the bottom line. You can make or break a career or a job depending on the way you behave with fellow workers. Workplaces need to be profitable for businesses and for the people in them – and that means personally and financially.
Whether you are a leader or a team member there are actions you can take to create a positive, empowering, motivational work environment for people.
A CEO complained that his managers only brought him problems. When you come to the meeting with a problem, have some suggested solutions ready at the same time. The negative effect simply complaining disappears, and is replaced with an atmosphere of constructively sharing in resolving issues.
Constantly laying the blame on someone or something else is negative and often destructive of team spirit. Don’t put your effort into finding ways to point the finger at others. People are more likely to recognize their contribution to the problem if they are not publicly humiliated in the process. You will alienate others and end up with enemies, not conducive to your future job prospects or your business’ success. Read More→