Relational Management

“When we examine the most financially successful firms, we find that they also have a unique ability to create strong relationships that serve as a creative engine.”

Relational Management comes from the knowledge that the most successful companies are those that succeed in developing creative and stimulating environments. Strong relationships are directly linked to successful businesses. Relational Management focuses on human motivation and the development of heathy, productive business relationships.
The Gaia Leadership approach is composed of three parts;

Sustainability: How you can support your people to build a positive emotional working climate, monitor it, take corrective measures when necessary, and sustain it.

Resilience: How you support people to handle adversity, and develop the skills to turn the challenge into an opportunity.

Agility: How you create the ability to operate flexibly and effectively in partnership to develop solutions to complex problems.

Relational Management focuses on strengthening the four cornerstones that can lead to better communication and understanding: INTEREST, JOY, PRIDE and SUPPORT. In our experience people’s ability to interact and communicate effectively with one another holds the key to accelerated team development. And in a nourishing climate of good employee relations, there is greater potential for growth, positive change and success.

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