The importance of positive relationships in the workplace

Author:
Elaine Houston
Date:
May 11, 2021
Type:

Elaine Houston, a positive psychology researcher, explores the science and benefits behind positive relationships at work and answers the question ‘Why are positive interactions in the workplace so important?’

"The workplace retains a central role in many people’s lives. With the average person spending more time at work than on any other daily activity, it is vital that individuals within any organization feel connected and supported by peers, subordinates, and leaders. Indeed, a significant contributor to workplace stress is psychosocial hazards related to the culture within an organization,.."

Source: https://positivepsychology.com/positive-relationships-workplace/

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