Ch 1: Establishing Strong Manager & Employee Relationships

About This Chapter

One of the best ways to encourage employees to perform at their best is through the guidance of management. The video lessons in this chapter offer tips designed to bring out the best relationships between your managers and employees.

Establishing Strong Manager & Employee Relationships - Chapter Summary

These engaging video lessons can help your company's management understand what it takes to establish strong manager and employee relationships. The lessons can help them learn the following:

  • The meaning of employee relations
  • Why it is important to have a healthy employer-employee relationship
  • Ways to build relationships during new employee orientation
  • Tips for developing trust between managers and employees

In addition to watching video lessons, your managers can take self-assessment quizzes that reinforce ways to establish strong manager and employee relationships. An exam is available to gauge their comprehension of chapter concepts. Instructors are also available to answer any questions you have about the lessons.

How It Helps

  • Strengthens workplace relationships: The lessons teach your managers how they can encourage employees to relate with one another, which can strengthen workplace relationships.
  • Improves employee orientation: This chapter offers tips you can use to improve your employee orientation by incorporating strategies for building manager and employee relations during the process.
  • Enhances creativity and productivity: Developing trust between managers and employees makes employees feel better supported and, as a result, increases their creativity and productivity.

Skills Covered

By the end of this chapter, managers will be able to:

  • Explain the importance of employees relating well in the workplace
  • Describe why building good relationships between managers and employees should be a top priority
  • Share the reasons new employee orientations are important in building manager-employee relationships
  • Explain the importance of building a relationship of trust between managers and employees

5 Lessons in Chapter 1: Establishing Strong Manager & Employee Relationships
Test your knowledge with a 30-question chapter practice test
What Is Employee Relations? - Definition & Concept

1. What Is Employee Relations? - Definition & Concept

Happy employees are productive employees. Successful businesses know how to manage relationships to build lasting employee satisfaction. Learn the meaning of employee relations and understand the essential elements of an effective employee relations program.

The Importance of a Healthy Employer-Employee Relationship

2. The Importance of a Healthy Employer-Employee Relationship

In this lesson, you'll learn why it's important for a company to prioritize building good relationships between employers and employees. You'll also explore the benefits that go along with those relationships.

Practical Application: Motivational Theories & Strategies Infographic

3. Practical Application: Motivational Theories & Strategies Infographic

Motivation is a key driver for employee achievement. But what drives motivation and what can managers do to increase motivation in team members? This infographic will take you through theories and strategies for motivating teams.

Building Relationships During New Employee Orientation

4. Building Relationships During New Employee Orientation

In this lesson, you'll learn how a manager can build supportive relationships with new employees. You will also review tips for introducing new workers to facilities, co-workers, and job responsibilities.

Developing Trust Between Managers & Employees

5. Developing Trust Between Managers & Employees

Trust between employees and managers is essential in every workplace. In this lesson, we'll discuss ways to build trusting relationships between you, managers, and your employees to create a harmonious and productive workplace culture.

Chapter Practice Exam
Test your knowledge of this chapter with a 30 question practice chapter exam.
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Practice Final Exam
Test your knowledge of the entire course with a 50 question practice final exam.
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