“Enhancing trust, pride, and camaraderie in the workplace is the central task of effective leadership in today’s organizations.” ~ Michael Burchell
- friendship: a feeling of close friendship and trust among a group of people
Camaraderie has always been important for leaders. Camaraderie and rapport creates interpersonal bond and a sense of unity that makes people feel part of something bigger than themselves.
Think of your own experience. Who were you more willing to follow:
- A leader who you respected, admired, and had a kinship?
- Or someone who made you feel uncomfortable?
The best leaders build rapport and camaraderie to help build loyalty for their vision. These leaders understand the importance of connections, partnerships and fulfilling the needs of the relationship economy.
4 Ways to Building Better Teams
Here are some suggestions on how leaders can build better rapport with the people around them.
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