Newsletter 175 - Managing good interpersonal relationships in schools
IN SCHOOLS IT’S ALL ABOUT MANAGING GOOD INTERPERSONAL RELATIONSHIPS
The people directly involve in the learning and teaching in schools are
educators and parents
Margie Angamuthu wrote in the Cape Times of 20 August 2018 that “good working relationships are necessary to be happy and productive at work. To establish and maintain good relationships, it is important to adhere to the rules of work or workplace etiquette, which is the unwritten code that people should adhere to at work. The basic rules of etiquette are fairly simple. It is about common courtesy, good communication and control over emotions.. A healthy relationship is one that includes trust, respect, and open communication.”
Margie shares the following tips and simple rules with us;
Margie also shares tips "to deal with problematic relationships"