Building Great Working Relationships: a recording of our webinar

To create long-lasting change, people need to be motivated to work together – you can’t do it on your own!

The good news is that we have a natural bias towards co-operation, so it should be easy, right? But if making the change feels difficult, people might not want to cooperate, and this is where building supportive, valuable working relationships becomes imperative.

So how do you build great working relationships?

Join Warren Knight as he discusses:

    • Relationships in the context of change
    • Considering your value
    • Initiating the relationship
    • Building and strengthening the relationship

Questions about building great working relationships?

You can reach the PMI team at team@pmi.co.uk.  Next time, why not ask your questions in real-time and join our next PMI Friday Webinar LIVE. You can register for our upcoming webinars here:

Getting the Best from your Performance Huddles

Free Interactive Webinar
27 may 15:00 UK TIME
  • Join the PMI Operations Team as they host their huddle LIVE, revealing their secrets for success. Discover:
  • What makes a successful performance huddle
  • How to avoid common mistakes
  • How you can benefit

The Importance of great stakeholder engagement to power improvement

Free Interactive Webinar
24 June 15:00 UK TIME
  • Our panel of experienced leaders share their insights, including:
  • Examples from their careers
  • The pitfalls
  • The success factors

More resources that might interest you

In this webinar recording, Barry Byrne talks about how to adapt your usual management practices to lead or manage a team that is working virtually.  Watch now.

In this webinar recording, Des Kelly talks about the vital role played by those leaders who are nominated as the Sponsor of any change initiative and how they can ensure that projects are delivered successfully.  Watch now.

What do you do if you discover that the methods your organisation has committed to adopting have been set aside and instead one of your colleagues continues to manage their people and processes the way they always have?  Read now.

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