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Creating Strong Employee Relationships

The art of creating relationships, maintaining them, and strengthening them are essential attributes for every business leader. The founder of Pearl Lemon, Deepak Shukla, is an effective CEO that takes his employees with him on his journey to success. Leaning on Deepak’s expertise, this article shall explore the topic of creating strong employee relationships, as well as the intricate details of doing so. 

Why Should You? 

Now, why in the world should you create a relationship with your employees? Shouldn’t you just boss them around and use your power to get what you want? If you want to be featured in lesson videos as a bad boss example go ahead, but otherwise, don’t. 

Because a strong relationship with your employees promotes leadership, and not being a boss. Employees are not tools but peers that will be with you in the success. To have a strong bond is to build strong support that will serve as braces as you stand on top of the world, with them. Not only is it beneficial for your business with all the perks that it comes with, like the effectiveness of the workplace, raised productivity, and job satisfaction, it is a force that will steer you on the right path as someone outside of business as well. 

Starting a Relationship Path

To start, think of them not as tools, but as a person just like you. They have detail and layers that you will have to get through. And to one person, that is a lot. But you are their leader, so start with that. Know your place and theirs, and work towards a goal together. It is essential to have knowledge first and foremost as to how they view you as their CEO, and after that where they are as your employee. Creating a strong employee relationship may not be in the sights of a founder when going for a successful career, but failing in this area actually translates into being a failure of a business. Get started with being acquainted with where your places are and a path will surely come right up, then walk it.

The Results of a Strengthened Bond 

It may not be as appealing as getting work done, and finishing tasks on time, but the results of it as well are detrimental to your business. This part shall discuss the perks of a strengthened bond with your employees.

Effective Workplace Communities

When you build a business, you are also building a community. With aspects that enrich your company and maybe a reason for your agency’s fall. Creating a strong bond with your employees increases the effectiveness of your workplace. As it promotes a positive atmosphere, improves mood, and creates a good impression. A community built well is what gives businesses an edge in pursuing a goal. And it is one of the results of a strengthened bond with employees.

Raised Overall Productivity

It is so hard to work with people that you do not know. Communication is a must, especially with the trend of digital businesses going rampant. Having a strong bond with your employees translates into seamless work productivity. It makes it so that you are all like clock pieces working in accordance with each other. Creating a strong relationship raises productivity especially due to the fact that you have an understanding of how every individual works. Capitalize on that knowledge and you are surely on your way to success.

Increased Job Satisfaction

Loyalty is one of the best currencies in today’s digital businesses. Having an employee be satisfied with their job is pretty much the key to keeping them. Peers that stay with you through the ins and out are essential in success as well. Creating a strong relationship with your employees is establishing a common ground that you have each other’s back. It increases the chances of your employees being satisfied with their jobs and sticking by you with your journey. Being unphased by the bad phases and good phases is what’s produced when you have a strong relationship with them, they will be satisfied with you.

The Deepak Perspective

Deepak Shukla has mastered the art of creating strong relationships with his employees. Business founders and CEOs should understand the depth of what a strong bond can do. Connecting with your employees is essential to cogs lining up to function. And as clockworks do, it is a magical thing to muster a seamless interaction with employees to employees and employees to their bosses. This may not be as shiny as employees working overtime, finishing paper works and such, but it is as important in order to attain success. 

Author’s Note

Are you a business owner trying to build a relationship or an employee looking to build a bond with founders?

How are things working out with you and in your company?

Writing this article was fun, but receiving comments from people like you and hearing your own thoughts make it so much more delightful. Tell me about your business relationships and how it affects your agency internally.

Mika Tomada 

Is a PR Specialist from Pearl Lemon. They are an all-around writer dealing with a variety of brands on a daily basis. They are based in the Philippines, and off-working hours you’d usually find them pursuing their love for arts and crafts.