Trust is an essential factor in tackling Change effectively. When employees trust organizational leadership, they are six times more likely to be engaged. Once trust is established, employees and their leaders can work together more effectively, are more willing to embrace change and are more likely to stay at an organization.
You can’t trust someone that you don’t know and most projects in your company will require people who rarely see each other to collaborate. MixR helps employees acquire familiarity with each other so they can build trusting relationships even if they rarely get to see each other in person.
Because MixR’s communities are interest centric, employees of all levels and generations can get to know each other outside of the constraints of their work and traditional hierarchical structures. This helps humanize leadership and instill a feeling of transparency, common understanding, and trust between managers and their teams.
The highest-performing teams have one thing in common: psychological safety. As employees continue to face record rates of burnout, depression and disengagement - due to constant change and increased societal pressures - protecting and nurturing your people’s psychological health is morelearn more
Having connections within an organization as a whole increases the sense of belongingness and promotes higher levels of satisfaction and engagement among employees. Unfortunately, roles, business units and ranks often erect barriers between people who could otherwise build meaningful relationships. This canlearn more