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High-Performing Teams Don’t Leave Relationships to Chance

Employees with intimate relationships at work are more creative, collaborative, and productive, according to research, according to the Harvard Business Review. They are also less likely to experience burnout, are more satisfied with their jobs, and are less likely to quit. Managers can create the environment for workplace friendships to flourish by following three simple steps. First, make it easier for employees to find points of commonality. Second, you could highlight shared goals. Lastly, turn the conflict into a bond.

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