Toxic relationships in business negatively impact your profits and retention
If you are unable to disengage from the issues of one meeting before you enter the next, you create toxic relationships at work. Taking your anger and frustrations into the next meeting will set you up for stress and failure. This impacts profits.
It is essential for healthy business relationships to leave your stress and issues behind before engaging with a new client or in another meeting. A bad attitude can spread very easily if you are not careful. Take a moment to gather yourself and face each meeting or interaction as a new opportunity to build and grow your business relationships.
Each day brings opportunities if you are looking for them, and disasters if you expect them too.
Decide … which do you want? Make a conscious choice to engage the new situation with the right attitude.
Toxic relationships negatively impact profits
Richard Riche does motivational key note addresses for corporate functions and schools. He specialises in Presentation Skills, Communication training, Motivational speaking and Self-esteem training
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