Building Relationships

Building Relationships

 

Nature of the relationship

Quality of the relationship

Actions to take in the relationship

COMMITTED

Only a few people will reach this level with us because of the depth of the relationship.

 

  • Committed
  • Faithful
  • (Spiritual)

 

 

  • Discover each other’s strengths and weaknesses.
  • Open and transparent communication.
  • Freedom to listen, speak and act.
  • Committed to confidentiality.

 

 

  • Able to encourage, correct, confront and help them reach goals and dreams.

CULTIVATING

Fewer relationships in our lives get to this level.

 

  • Feeling
  • (Emotional)
 

  • Enjoy similar interests.
  • Plan things in common to enjoy together.
  • We ‘click’.
 

  • Spend time together getting to know them.
  • “Dig” deeper into the relationship, cultivating growth (asking and answering the why questions).

CASUAL

A great number of relationships in our lives fall into this category.

 

  • Intellectual
  • Factual
  • Familiar
  • Casual
  • (Mental)

 

 

 

  • Know casually.
  • See occasionally
    (usually unplanned).
 

  • Learn about them through initial introductions and conversations.
  • Asking and answering unobtrusive questions (who, what, where) to get to know them.

 

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