Rapport: a positive and close relationship between individuals who understand each other’s feelings, ideas and communicate effectively with each other. (Definition adapted from businessdictionary.com)
The ability to build rapport with others in the workplace enables for more effectively meeting goals and achieving objectives. We communicate better with others when we have established a rapport with […]
The ability to communication and collaborate with co-workers above and beyond the normal need to work together is essential. Regularly communicating and collaborating with our peers enables for stronger working relationships and sharing of knowledge and best practices. This enables for solving problems more effectively and creatively as well as reducing conflicts that may arise […]
Do You Know What Your Audience Wants and Needs?
Before you give your next presentation, consider whether you truly understand what your audience wants and needs from that presentation. Often, we give a presentation with a focus on what we want and need from it, but forget about our audience’s wants and needs.
Let’s assume […]
Consider this situation:
This is the fourth project that Anna has delegated to Amanda and she is starting to feel she would be better off doing it herself! While Amanda is willing to take on additional assignments, she just doesn’t seem to be willing to be responsible for the assignment. She won’t do anything without […]
3 Simple Ways
The 2015 report on employees’ job satisfaction and engagement by the Society of Human Resource Management1 found that 44% of relationships with coworkers was “very important.” Additionally, the survey found that 79% of employees were satisfied with their relationships with their coworkers.
Certainly this is due to many reasons, including the fact […]