Work-based relationships

For the purposes of this article the term work-based relationship should not be confused with either Romance or Friendships.  Instead, the term is intended to mean those daily interactions with people at work, whatever the association.  You may also work with people with whom you are friends, and of course work is often the starting place for romantic interactions.  These crossovers add texture to relationship dynamics, as boundaries between private-lives and work-lives become blurred.


We spend a considerable amount of time in work so it makes sense to maximise the time we spend there.  Improving working relationships can have far reaching benefits; these include a more satisfying work environment thanks to improved confidence and developed communication skills.  A greater understanding of human behaviour can also help you find promotions, roles for which you are better suited, and higher pay.


By working together I will help you make sense of what you are seeking, identifying obstacles, and evaluating the steps needed in order for you to maximise the potential of these types of relationships.  As an inspirer, motivator and strategist I will guide and support you through the end to end process.

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