People spend a lot of time at work, so work relationships are important. If the office is a positive place with a sense of collaboration, employees will thrive. A Globoforce study found that 74 percent of employees surveyed who hadn't celebrated achievements with their coworkers said they were more likely to leave their jobs. Encouragement, sharing and camaraderie lead to higher levels of productivity and job satisfaction.
Developing Positive Relationships at Work is a learning tool that organizations need to ensure that individuals unite around a common mission, value diversity, rise above personal slights, take responsibility, and cultivate an environment based on trust. This training will help you model the behavior you want as well as teach the value of getting to know your employees as individuals.