The Top 10 Characteristics of
Mutually Beneficial Relationships
- Each party has an over arching vision which gives meaning and offers
context to their life.
- Both parties can identify what each contributes to, and how each
benefits from, the relationship.
- Both parties realize that their sum/synergy is greater than
the individual parts.
- Both parties automatically trust the other and give the benefit
of the doubt when needed.
- Both parties aren't dependent on each other.
- Both parties seek/are willing to learn from every event.
- Both parties regard problems as MUTUAL learning opportunities, not
an opportunity to push one's agenda/needs.
- Both parties are committed to "getting over it": pettiness, striving,
ego, problems, conflict.
- Both parties know that the relationship is more important than
the joint project, goal or result.
- Both parties enjoy being mutually beneficial.
Author: Adapted from Thomas J. Leonard
Source: CoachVille Knowledge Base Nugget "The Top 10 Characteristics Mutually Beneficial Relationships"
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