Jared Simmons shares three quick tips that can improve relationships and move your career forward.
When you’re trying to build strong working relationships, sharing what you are hoping to achieve and get out of the work can be extremely helpful. What you get out of work is different from the project or meeting objectives. It’s not your departmental or functional mandate. It’s the professional development nugget that comes along with the entire working experience.
Perhaps you’d like to show that you’re ready to lead a global project. Or that you can work well with colleagues outside of your department. Perhaps you’re interested in learning about another part of the business.
Talking about your professional development goals builds strong working relationships in three ways:
Tips included in this article:
- How to establish trust
- How to make communication more efficient
- How to uncovers new ways to work together
Read the full article, Stronger Working Relationships and a Great Career, on the Outlast website.