FINDING SOLUTIONS TO workplace RELATIONSHIP CHALLENGES
How Are Relationships Thriving
in Your Organization?
Relationship dysfunction in the workplace can result in uncommitted, marginally productive, frequently absent, or in some cases people working actively against the interests of the company. When relationships aren’t functioning well in the workplace, it becomes toxic. And an expensive cost to the organization.
IN A RECENT GALLOP SURVEY, IT REPORTED THAT 75% OF THE AMERICAN WORKFORCE WAS DISENGAGED; DUE TO RELATIONAL CHALLENGES IN THE WORKPLACE.
Relationship dysfunction in the workplace results in costly units of human capital with minimal return. If these relationship challenges are not addressed, it may go for weeks, months, or years undermining the momentum of an organization.
It’s been long understood that people challenges in the workplace can lead to unnecessary and costly turnover, but what about the relationship challenges that persist between key personal such as unnecessary conflict amongst board members, members of management teams, and small business partnerships; all of which undermine the critical importance of a healthy workplace culture. The financial toll for workplace relationship challenges can’t be overstated.
research has shown time and again the sobering truths about why employees leave organizations; the conclusive evidence seems to be overwhelmingly relational.
Research shows that employees, across the organizations hierarchy structure, leave organizations due mostly to dissatisfied and dysfunctional relationship dynamics. Relationship dynamics with supervisors, board members, partnerships, and management teams. Across the gamut, the results are the same; it is unresolved relationship challenges that can erode the organizational culture. By contrast, organizations with high relationship health ratings are more productive, more profitable, and have higher customer satisfaction ratings than those organizations with unresolved relationship challenges. Top companies know the best reason to be concerned about solving relationship challenges in the workplace is an economic one.
studies have revealed that on average, business units with relationship health scores in the top-half, as compared to business units with relationship health scores in the bottom-half, have:
As a coach to leaders wanting to specifically solve relationship challenges, my specialty is working with managers & leadership teams to have honest conversations about the relational issues that impede on the organizations mission and vision. Specifically, I partner with leaders & management teams on how to solve workplace relationship challenges. As an executive coach to leaders, with formal training in clinical psychology, I understand what makes people thrive and what makes people simply try to survive in the workplace, and the impact these two differences have on an organization’s bottom-line.