David Liddle, founder and director of Total Conflict Management, said that the best way to lighten the mood in the office is to have good communication among workers, have respectful relationships between people and to look for opportunities to meet socially outside the office.
"Find a way of working in the office that meets everyone's needs, rather than just switching the radio on as someone in the office might not be able to concentrate," he suggested.
The best way to achieve a productive and healthy team is to connect with each other and not isolate ourselves, Mr Liddle stated.
Recently, Carole Spiers, business stress consultant and author of Show Stress Who's Boss!, said that changing the layout of the office is a simple way that employers can combat low morale in the workplace, as it gives people different scenery to look at and different people to work with.
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Source: The Sales Director News