Supervisor's Role in Enhancing Cooperative Work Relationships
Cooperative relationships are the foundation of high-performance workgroups. Employees must not only be technically skilled but also understand and practice behaviors that contribute to positive relationships with others in the workgroup. The supervisor plays a vital role in modeling, teaching, and rewarding behavior that contributes to a cooperative work climate. This session will focus on how a supervisor can reduce discordant notes and bring about greater harmony among employees.
A required Roads Scholar Level II course.
Instructor: Emily Wilder
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