Should Your Workplace Be “Like a Family”? How to Foster Healthy Working Relationships

Saying you’re a family isn’t really the problem; it’s saying you’re a family then acting the opposite way that creates tension.

Saying you’re a family isn’t really the problem; it’s saying you’re a family then acting the opposite way that creates tension. So, what are you really saying?

Company Values

Individual Roles

Communication

Team Dynamics

Leaders beware: Making anyone feel like they owe a company more than they’re being compensated for is the worst application of the “family” label.

Workplace Conflict Coach, Trainer, and Mediator. Owner of ONE EIGHTY. To learn more, visit oneeighty.io

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