Competition among peers has grown in recent years to uncouth levels. What are we doing to prevent and enhance employee relationships?
The primary concern when it comes to peer pressure is the tendency for even the most ethical individuals to avoid saying ‘no’, participating in behaviours they would not have otherwise to avoid damaging their social station.
However, this same desire to avoid discomfort can encourage employees to maintain and model appropriate behaviours. If managers can build a strong sense of teamwork within their group with a focus on productivity, a positive organisational culture will quickly take over the office.
Peer pressure can become a managerial asset when teams are…
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