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Employability &
Personal Development
Building Working Relationships with Colleagues
 To identify the different types of
people you will need to interact
positively with at work.
 To understand why is it i...
 Verbal
 Listening
 Questioning
 Eye Contact
 Tone of Voice
 Body Language
 Telephone
 Via E-mail
 Written
Effect...
Interact in a positive & constructive
manner with a range of colleagues in
the workplace:
 By understanding why it is
imp...
Some of the other things you might need
to take into account:
 Contributing ideas and opinions in an
acceptable way.
 Ca...
 A history of mistrust or stereotyping.
 Blaming the other party for a difficult
relationship.
 Focusing on the task & ...
How To Overcome This
 Open
 Positive
 Friendly
 ‘Clearing’ Discussion
(Talk with the person in question & a
mediator, ...
For more Information,
Advice & Guidance
or to contact us about Traineeships or Apprenticeships
Call: 0121 707 0550
E-mail:...
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Employability & Personal Development: Building Working Relationships with Colleagues

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Employability & Personal Development: Building Working Relationships with Colleagues teaches all about working with others and working in a team and how to communicate effectively with others.

If you would like any more information about training and pre-employment training that we offer at Pathway Group please call us on: 0121 707 0550 or e-mail:info@pathwaygroup.co.uk

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  1. 1. Employability & Personal Development Building Working Relationships with Colleagues
  2. 2.  To identify the different types of people you will need to interact positively with at work.  To understand why is it important to get on well with each type of colleague.  To understand why it is important to use appropriate language & tone when communicating with your colleagues & employer/Manager? Aims & Objectives
  3. 3.  Verbal  Listening  Questioning  Eye Contact  Tone of Voice  Body Language  Telephone  Via E-mail  Written Effective Communication
  4. 4. Interact in a positive & constructive manner with a range of colleagues in the workplace:  By understanding why it is important to get on well with colleagues.  Being able to work positively with employers and/or Managers.  Being able to work positively with peers in the workplace. How To Do It
  5. 5. Some of the other things you might need to take into account:  Contributing ideas and opinions in an acceptable way.  Carrying out tasks in line with the expectations of your peers/employer.  Seeking & accepting help, guidance & feedback when appropriate. How To Do It
  6. 6.  A history of mistrust or stereotyping.  Blaming the other party for a difficult relationship.  Focusing on the task & excluding the feelings and needs of others.  Unclear objectives, roles & expectations of each other.  Past Acquaintance What Can Get In The Way?
  7. 7. How To Overcome This  Open  Positive  Friendly  ‘Clearing’ Discussion (Talk with the person in question & a mediator, about the issues that you have faced in the past so you can have a fresh start.)
  8. 8. For more Information, Advice & Guidance or to contact us about Traineeships or Apprenticeships Call: 0121 707 0550 E-mail: info@pathwaygroup.co.uk
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