Relationships and patterns of communication which are less than ideal can be changed.
Conflict that is brewing or apparent can be addressed without the destruction of relationships.
There are real cost benefits to improving staff morale:
Staff retention is more likely, productivity is increased, and potential costly litigation is averted.
Staff wellbeing is better assured, and the development of a workplace of choice begins to be possible. Trusting relationships are built, and as a result team meetings are smoother, and decisions are made more quickly and effortlessly.
Call us if any of the following describes you:
- Inter-Staff Conflict: Do you feel held back as an organisation by the unproductive time that is spent dealing with inter-staff conflict?
- Difficult Personalities: Do you have staff who are perceived as ’difficult personalities’ even though they have excellent skills?
- Personality Clashes: Does your workplace have a personality clash which is commonly recognised by all staff, who tiptoe around or avoid the people involved, or try to rescue them?
- Concerns about bullying: Do you have staff who are talking of being bullied, but are hesitant to lay a formal complaint?
- Staff feeling undervalued: Do you have staff who feel undervalued and so are not contributing as fully as you think they might to the organisational goals?
- Unhappy staff: Do you have staff or stakeholders who are unhappy and are threatening to make a formal complaint?
- Do staff see you as hard-nosed: Do you have a reputation for being hard-nosed which is not serving you as well as it might in terms of staff allegiance?