It’s pretty clear, from the research literature and our own personal experiences, that the smartest people aren’t always the most successful. You can know a lot, and still not get anything done.
What is clear is that most successful people are able to manage themselves and their relationships in the workplace. They’ve learned to see conflicts as disagreements, rather than combat. They learn to handle their own emotions, and address relationship issues in ways that make both sides feel like they’ve been heard.
Learning the skills and knowledge that improve workplace relationships is simply value-added for employees and employers. CHR can help you invest in yourself, or in your workers, and help you build strong future.