Relationship to well-being: Relationships help in getting support from friends/family during tough times. It also helps in sharing one’s success and dealing with failures.
Lack of Social skills results in behaviourial problems, ability to interact with people, negative attitude, isolation and depression (worst-case scenario)
Relationship to Learning & Performance: Having healthy relationships with friends, peers, family and others opens up opportunities to learn from different sets of people with diverse backgrounds & experiences. This also opens up avenues to seek help when required.
Having a positive attitude can help in being happy
Working together as a team accomplishes more with efficiency
Bridging Generation gap:
Understanding between the young and the old from different generations
Healthy relationships help in connection & support
How one can be competitive but still be friends and support
Resolving conflicts amicably, ethically and professionally
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