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Philosophy of Interpersonal Relationships
Transcript of Philosophy of Interpersonal Relationships
Relationships Bonita James Vision Embrace Collaborative Cultivate Creativity Discover Potential Positive Atmosphere Sources Embrace a collaborative, positive
atmosphere; cultivating creativity and discovery of our students and colleagues
true potential. Believe
you do. Blur authoritative lines
for true collaboration Harness the energy of opposites! ~ Analytical and Creative thinking work together
Support top-down and bottom-up ideas
Seek opportunities from all angles
Give yourself time to breath and re-focus
Get out of the office every now and a again!
Reflect the vision for others to achieve
Help shape others to discover their potential
Build relationships and mentor
Empower others to discover their potential through accountability and responsibility
Inspire and believe in others
Bruce, D. S. (2003). Philosophy of Interpersonal Relationships. Florence MS: Come to the Waters, Be Refreshed! Ministry & Worship Resources: Sam & Sandie Bruce Ministries If the vision is
believed in ...
What's the point? Ideas come from everywhere
Working together while focused on the vision Every conversation and action should cultivate a positive atmosphere.
Discuss issues only with the people involved
Value the worth in our partners and colleagues
Never partake in gossip or negative comments
Encourage growth with positive critiques Covey, S. R. (1989). The Seven Habits of Highly Successful People. New York: Simon & Schuster. IBM Global Business Services IBM Institute for Business Value , (2010). Cultivating organizational creativity in an age of complexity (GBE03418-USEN-00). Retrieved from website: http://www.dfh-ufa.org/fileadmin/Dateien/forschung_/abg/IBM_Creativite.pdf