You can’t withdrawal from an empty account.

Dr. Pilcher explains what an emotional bank account is, and why it’s necessary to maintain a positive balance with your teams and coworkers in this week’s episode. Master how you can provide feedback for improvement without damaging your relationships and find out 7 ways to nurture an emotional bank account with your team.

This episode addresses questions, such as:

  • How can I develop positive relationships with my team?
  • How do I provide constructive feedback to my team without ruining our relationship?
  • How do you balance completing tasks with maintaining relationships?

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