Explain how a working relationship is different from a personal relationship
A "working relationship" would (usually) refer to a situation where you've become acquainted with a person in a workplace environment.. when the majority of your communication / interactions with the individual are usually work-related, and don't involve any "deep, personal feelings", which could possibly hinder you in going about your workday.
A "personal relationship" would be when you've met a person in a casual setting, or a chance encounter.. You both start talking and find that you either share a lot of interests / hobbies in common or that you really just feel very close and comfortable around this individual.. A relationship like this could likely lead to a life-long friendship, or perhaps a marriage, etc.
This is not to say that a "working and personal" relationship can both happen at the same time.. on the contrary, there are a LOT of great friendships, partnerships and marriages which have started due to working with someone.. over time, a closer bond is formed with a person from working closely with them.. you get to know them simply from interacting with them on a daily basis, etc.
I hope this helps! I wish you the best!
Apr 13, 2017 |
Personal Computers & Internet