It’s pretty obvious that if you can build rapport with the people you work with, you are more likely to be happier at work. What may not be obvious is how those relationships evolve and what steps can be taken to cultivate them. This Executive Edge looks into different levels of working relationships, the importance of relationships to a leader’s success, committing to a relationship-driven career, and why going it alone doesn’t really work well for you or your organization. Gaining feedback and the support of others can maximize your career potential so it is essential to build healthy relationships at work.
Yes, we know. There are thousands of books on leadership released every year. How to be a better leader, how to train better leaders, how to lead leaders with more leadership. etc. So it begs the question – is there anything left to be said about leadership? The three books we’re featuring in this newsletter […]
Is there any more charged word in business than ‘leadership’? Just the mention of it probably elicited some sort of emotional response in you as a reader. We’ve all read the guides to leadership that tell us to act a certain way around others, follow certain steps, and create environments that lead to results. But, […]
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