EXPRESSIONS OF INTERPERSONAL RELATIONSHIPS IN THE ORGANISATION

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Keywords
relationship, interpersonal relationship, Timothy Learys methodology

Abstract
In this paper, the term interpersonal relationships is defined as a scientific category. On the basis of particular literary sources, we view some expressions of interpersonal relationships. The research is based on the possibility of the selective application of Timothy Learys methodology. It presents concise characteristics of the: authoritative-leadership relationship; independent-dominating relationship; straightforward-aggressive relationship; distrustful-sceptic relationship; submissive-timid relationship; dependent-obedient relationship; cooperative-conventional and responsible-generous relationship.

JEL: A14, D23
Pages: 13

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