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Constructive and Destructive Relationships

Constructive and Destructive Relationships

Author: Julie Tietz

At the end of this lesson, the learner will understand that relationships may be supportive of their parties' needs and goals or run counter to parties' needs and goals

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Terms to Know
Constructive Relationship

A relationship characterized by flexibility of role, mutual concern for members' needs, and other factors.

Destructive (Non-Constructive) Relationship

A relationship characterized by inflexibility of roles, unequal concern for members' needs, and other factors.