About This Chapter
Managing Relationships between Employees & Supervisors - Chapter Summary
In this corporate training chapter, you'll find lessons on managing relationships between employees and supervisors that you can assign to your leadership teams. They can review lessons on being an open-minded supervisor, having empathy in the workplace and using humility to build relationships with employees. Each lesson comes with a brief assessment quiz that can ensure your supervisors have understood what they've learned.
How It Helps
- Helps new hires: Although the information provided here is helpful for anyone in a supervisory position, it can be used to give new supervisors the confidence they need to lead successfully and with empathy.
- Ensures strong leaders: Provides your leadership teams with the knowledge they need to succeed in their work relationships and responsibilities.
- Promotes empathy: By teaching your supervisors the important skills of empathy, humility and open-mindedness, you're helping to build teams of employees who feel heard and valued.
This chapter teaches supervisors how to do the following:
- Manage relationships with employees
- Use humility to build relationships with employees
- Employ empathy in the workplace
- Practice open-mindedness when dealing with employees
1. Managing Relationships with Employees
Emotional intelligence is a soft skill that can't be taught, but the absence of it can be devastating to morale. This lesson provides practical tips for displaying emotionally intelligence in the workplace.
2. How Humility Helps You Build Relationships With Employees
This lesson will teach the importance about being candid about your strengths and weaknesses and how to build relationships with your employees by being a humble leader.
3. Empathy in the Workplace
Empathy is an important characteristic in relating to others. This lesson discusses empathy in the workplace and the importance of using empathy at work.
4. How to be an Open-Minded Supervisor at Work
This lesson goes over the concept of open-mindedness. First, you'll learn what this is, and then we'll go over some of the ways by which supervisors can showcase this skill at work.
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