How to set workplace-relationship goals

01/5/2010 |

Workplace relationships are key to a leader's success, so be willing to reprioritize tasks to find time to strengthen relationships, Mary Jo Asmus writes. Set networking goals for yourself and then create incentives that will hold you accountable to those goals, she writes. "When our workplace relationships are healthy, our organizations flourish, work becomes 'flow' and creativity abounds," she writes.

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