Describe the Benefits of a Productive Working Relationship

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A productive working relationship can be defined as one that is productive in the terms of supporting and delivering work and that of the whole organisation. The people involved are those you are expected to work with they maybe people from all over the organization and those from “partnership” organizations. My Person Specification requires me to work at Level Two for Interpersonal Skills that is to “work collaboratively with people in teams, sections, directorates and partner organizations”. At my workplace we have a room booking system which requires us to fill out forms to enable Business Support to raise invoices. We work together to make sure outside agencies receive the correct information. Throughout many areas of my work I…show more content…
Acknowledging that decisions do affect people and giving some idea of the process and timescales involved for decisions. A good productive working relationships has many benefits for the individuals as well as the organisation. An improvement in communication can build up a level of trust between all involved. Giving confidence to those involved over decisions and when opinions and contributions are made they will be listened too for inclusion. An expectation of good practice will encourage everyone to try for the best and lead to more planning and lessens the likelihood of making “snap” decisions that often only partly fulfill what is needed. There will always be times when a decision needs to be made quickly as things can change in a work environment for example a key member of staff may become ill, this persons role still may need to be carried out. If their work was planned well and they built up good relationships with others, a new person moving in maybe more able to pick things up and carry on than going in cold and maybe risk delaying a project due to more time needed for decision making. A working relationship based on trust, respect and professionalism will enable all members to feel part of a “team” all members should be given the information and any resources necessary to make sure that they can “fulfill” their role . Where there are difficulties these should be identified as soon
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