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t
rust
is the most important of these for,
without it, a good relationship has no foundation.
A team with strong bonds of trust between its
members is more open and honest than teams
that don't have it. Openness and honesty lead to
clear communication at all times, and no energy is
wasted wondering who's about to stab who in the
back.
r
espect
is a very close second and must
be reciprocated for there to be any benefit. People
who respect one another value each other's ideas
and are interested in input from all sides. That
facilitates the kind of cooperation that produces
ground-breaking solutions drawn from the team's
collective strengths.
a
welcoming
attitude
towards
diversity
is also incredibly important as it helps people to
consider a wide range of ideas and opinions, even
when they are vastly different from one another.
There is great strength in taking varied viewpoints
and the insights they offer into consideration
during any decision-making process.
Here are some tips for developing good relationships
at work:
1. Develop your people skills through various
means such as online courses and quizzes to
find out just how good (or bad) they are, and
work on them where necessary.
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p
tionships