Relationship health at work has a lot of similarities with Relationship health at home.... we can feel it when it is present and we can feel it when it is not...
Relationship Health is an incredibly important idea but somehow it has been overlooked.
So we talk about physical health and the steps we must take to support it.
We are starting to talk about mental health and about the steps we must take to support that.
However the term Relationship Health is not commonly used. As of December 2020 when I first realised that a concept as huge as this had somehow been overlooked, I discovered there were no books with this title and no definitions...
So what could Relationship Health at work involve?
As someone who works with children and young people I think relationship health involves a number of different types of relationships:
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Here is the definition I have come up with:
Relationship Health describes a dynamic experience which supports the experience of connection and the management of conflicts around needs and wants in a manner that serves the healthy development of all parties.
So what are your thoughts?
When you think about it - do you feel that there are healthy relationships in your work place in these different categories?
Where do you sense that there are issues?
How do you know?
Most importantly - what actions could you take?
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