- Corinne Ronemus
These days, no one will question the importance of high-quality relationships in the workplace. However, leaders often struggle with how to create those high-quality relationships. Positive Psychology views positive relationships as one of the requirements for well-being and provides several tools. There are three tools that are basic for all leaders looking to establish high-quality positive relationships: active constructive responding, appreciative inquiry, and the positivity ratio.
Active Constructive Responding
There are four way to respond when someone shares information with you. I will demonstrate each style using the example of an employee obtaining a professional certification.