In today’s society, the landscape of work reveals that three quarters of people are dedicated to service provisions rather than goods. This means that productivity and quality largely depend on positive, interpersonal relations that forge winning teams.
Managers who are insensitive, overly demanding, manipulative or harshly critical certainly don’t help. When employees feel that their supervisors focus on their weaknesses, it’s a one-way ticket to making them quit.
Successful leaders encourage their teams to bond; recognising their social needs and investing in building supportive work relationships. Companies use social media channels, and that is why connections are significant to employers who seek loyalty, innovation and productivity. High-quality and strong relationships make work more meaningful and increase performance.
Soft skills (interpersonal skills, in particular) are necessary to maintain fully engaged, creative and forward-thinking employees.
Loyalty and engagement in organisations depend more on work relationships than on economic incentives. The way people get along at work affects their wellbeing as well as their performance.
It’s as simple as that!
Happiness cannot be achieved without social relationships.
Social relationships build strong, winning teams.
At Centralus, we know that every task is a relationship between employers and employees. Keeping it going is the key to business growth.
Strong, winning teams make businesses grow and create company cultures that attract and retain top talent.
Cultures that conquer; companies that succeed.