The Collaborative Workplace: Principles and Practices
Working well with others is good for business. Positive workplaces read into virtually all business performance metrics. For example, lower absenteeism, higher productivity, greater return on financial investment, better client satisfaction, higher creativity, and lower turnover. This course explores the underlying principles and practices associated with healthy, collaborative workplaces. Ethical leadership and authentic relationships are emphasized. Innovative models for collaborative action are shared. Constructive responses to common collaboration roadblocks are discussed. Bring your collaboration challenges. We’ll do some collaborative problem-solving. Collaboration begins with you!