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Do any of the following statements describe your experience in your workplace culture?
• People generally keep to themselves at my company/organization.
• I usually don’t get enough feedback at work—and when I do, it’s not very helpful.
• I don’t really feel safe to ask for what I need—and neither does anyone else.
• I often feel micromanaged.
• I often feel unsupported and left to figure things out on my own.
• Behavior issues are either punished or left unaddressed rather than being resolved in a healthy way.
• People are terrified of failing at my workplace.
• Most of the time at work, I’m pretty much stressed out, and so is everyone around me.
If any of these experiences sound familiar, then the relational culture in your workplace is unhealthy.
Workplace cultures with high levels of anxiety and dysfunction not only sabotage effective performance and collaboration—they are also harmful to people’s physical, emotional, mental, and financial health.
Building a healthy relational culture in the workplace is mission critical for everyone in any team, company, or organization.
In 3 Ways to Build Healthy Relational Culture at Work, Bob Hasson and Danny Silk, coauthors of The Business of Honor, offer their insights and practical tips for achieving the following in your workplace culture:
+ Building High-Trust Connections
+ Exchanging Honoring Feedback
+ Pursuing Excellence Without the Fear of Failure
Mastering each of these three aspects of healthy working relationships will enable you to build and contribute to the workplace culture where you and the people around you can truly thrive and succeed.
Bob Hasson is a businessman and leadership consultant. His greatest passion is strengthening leaders and their organizations, with specific focus on developing sound organizational structure, fiscal responsibility, and dynamic relationships on leadership teams.
As CEO of R.M. Hasson Painting Contractors, Inc., which he founded in 1978, he established the company as a trusted partner serving general contractors across the Western United States.
For over thirty years, he has been active as a consultant and board member for churches, ministries, non-profits, and school boards, and his wisdom has been sought out by many leaders and organizations.
Danny Silk serves on the Senior Leadership Team of both Bethel Church in Redding, CA and Jesus Culture in Sacramento, CA.
He is the President and Co-Founder of Loving on Purpose, a ministry to families and communities worldwide.
Danny is also the author of five books covering the subjects of building successful relationships, a culture of honor, and strong families.
Danny and Sheri married in 1984 and have three children and three grandchildren.
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