Stress In The Workplace Case Study

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Personal and professional relationships are critical in the workplace. The farrier industry is no exception. Some of the difficulties exist is most farriers lack training. In workplace communication.()other factors which may result in poor communication skills in the farrier trade are the tendency for farriers to work alone. It may take years to build a practice which can carry an apprentice. Even if we have been taught and have some interpersonal skill we are not practiced in there use.(Mansmann R.2003)Experience and willingness to work together to solve problems are critical. Successful farriers are a unique group of individuals. They have a tendency to be extremely motivated,self-starting and creative. Motivation to develop a farrier practice is critical for…show more content…
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