Driving Workplace Productivity Through High Quality Interactions
This paper presents a forum through which to challenge the misconceptions around productivity, outline how interactions most commonly go wrong, and provide recommendations aimed at enhancing the quality of interactions in the workplace, driving greater productivity.
We believe that interaction skills are inextricably linked to productivity.
Leaders spend a significant portion of their time engaged in one-on-one and small group conversations and the quality of these discussions has a significant impact on the performance and productivity of individuals and organisations.
With this paper, we present a forum through which to:
- Challenge the misconceptions around productivity
- Outline how interactions most commonly go wrong
- Provide recommendations aimed at enhancing the quality of interactions in the workplace, driving greater productivity
It’s imperative that our business leaders not only recognise the importance of interaction skills but harness them, to positively impact on their organisation’s performance and reverse the overall decline in productivity currently being experienced across Australia.
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