Effective Workplace Relationships

Good workplace relationships are essential to ensure teams or business departments can work effectively. There are a multitude of essential skills covered in this course which will help participants increase their influence within their work team.

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Overview

For any business department, team or group to work effectively, it is important to ensure that effective workplace relationships exist. This course differentiates between good relationships and effective relationships, and examines ways in which we can ensure this occurs in our workplace.

Participants will explore the role of leadership in building and creating effective workplace relationships through access to and communication of relevant information to ensure agreed outcomes are achieved.

Who will benefit

All managers, supervisors and team leaders, through to business unit and divisional managers, who desire to increase their influence within their work team and environment.

Content

  • Effective communication skills
  • Developing trust
  • Effective networking
  • Managing difficult and poor performance
  • Presenting with influence
  • How to lead meetings
  • Become a leader people trust.

Learning Outcomes

Participants should be able to:

  • Collect, analyse and provide information and ideas
  • Develop trust and confidence
  • Build and maintain networks and relationships
  • Manage difficulties to achieve positive outcomes
  • Present and participate in meetings.
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