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Chrm Message From: saheb Total Posts: 16 Join Date: 01/12/2008
Rank: Executive Post Date: 28/12/2008 23:19:57 Points: 80 Location: India

At the end of the day, despite great technological advances business is about connections between people. Being able to develop those connections and build trust between people is fundamental to achieving business success.

Never underestimate the power of personalization.

Trust is an integral ingredient to building strong business relationships. Procedures and guidelines are helpful in defining processes and protocols, but don't get too caught up in following the fine print.

The best way to learn what people think is to ask them their opinions. Ideas are aplenty – an effective manager understands how to bring them to the forefront.

Action Plan
Track your communication methods for one week. Identify how much time you spend communicating via email, telephone, and face-to-face. Identify ways to improve personalization.

Identify relationships that would benefit from either more frequent or a more personable means of communication. Develop a strategy and timeline for increasing phone and face time with key relationships.

Work within your own team to create a work environment that is less reliant upon email. Encourage your staff to pick up their phones and open their office doors – and lead by example!

Distribute an agenda before your staff meetings. Follow the agenda and monitor progress and accountability, but also create a strategy that ensures your meetings are relaxed, somewhat free-flowing, and that they promote the sharing of new ideas.

Distribute a questionnaire to your team seeking feedback on any topic members choose. Topics could be as simple as the brand of coffee in the break room or as complicated as changing long-standing procedures or protocols. Assign ownership and deadlines; track progress.

by Larissa Joy, Weber Shandwick Group, Europe

Regards,

Saheb

Chrm Message From: debora Total Posts: 108 Join Date: 01/12/2008  
Rank: Leader Post Date: 13/01/2020 09:44:32 Points: 540 Location: India

You might hear a number of people complaining about their bosses every single day. Trust is something that can’t come directly to you. You can’t make anyone trust you; it has to be earned. Managing a team of people who don’t trust each-other is the absolute nightmare for any manager.

Here are the top 10 effective ways to build trust within your team:

1. Open Up
2. Create The Circle Of Safety
3. Listen Before Speaking
4. Lead The Team By Example
5. Support Your Staff
6. Respect Your Employees
7. Take The Hit
8. Accept Disagreement
9. Value Every Team Member
10. Praise Others

Chrm Message From: Blueplate Total Posts: 9 Join Date: 01/12/2008  
Rank: Beginner Post Date: 16/04/2020 06:24:19 Points: 45 Location: India
Very informative and helpful. Building healthy relationship goals is all that matters most.
 
Chrm Message From: caseykody Total Posts: 7 Join Date: 01/12/2008  
Rank: Beginner Post Date: 20/04/2020 08:45:17 Points: 35 Location: India

 I agree with all these, Debora...

1. Open Up
2. Create The Circle Of Safety
3. Listen Before Speaking
4. Lead The Team By Example
5. Support Your Staff
6. Respect Your Employees
7. Take The Hit
8. Accept Disagreement
9. Value Every Team Member
10. Praise Others

 

Those are the best way to keep a healthy relationship with employees. This will result as well to a good and less stressful environment in the workplace.

 

 
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