Businesses rely on various resources, but the human resource is its most important resource. Organizations should perceive this human power as individual people, with different backgrounds, education levels, communication styles, opinions and concerns, and in relationship to each other forming teams. Each individual is vital to the success of the business and addressing each employee as an important part of the business team helps foster a healthy environment where workers feel comfortable and productive.
This may need us more of learning efforts regarding humans and what their psychological needs in their professional relationships. Such investing in our interpersonal skills and understanding more about ourselves, our colleagues, and our people, helps us more in having effective healthy relationships and consequently reinforce your professional success.
In organizations, lack of openness leads to enormous inefficiency and reduced productivity. Based on the experience of Dr. Will Schutz, 80% of work problems are not real problems at all. They are simply the results of not being open - of distorting or withholding.
This short e-book will give you insight of:
- What is openness
- Openness in FIRO Element B, and in Big Five Factors
- Openness & relationships, and why openness is inevitable today
- How to build a check-in system to create openness and transparency in the workplace
- ... and more