The ability to create strong relationships with others is crucial to becoming more effective at work. Two Stanford professors who teach interpersonal dynamics to graduate students offer their advice in a new book. Photo: Shutterstock The ability to create strong relationships with others is crucial to becoming more effective at work. Two Stanford professors who teach interpersonal dynamics to graduate students offer their advice in a new book. Photo: Shutterstock
The ability to create strong relationships with others is crucial to becoming more effective at work. Two Stanford professors who teach interpersonal dynamics to graduate students offer their advice in a new book. Photo: Shutterstock
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How anyone can build exceptional relationships: ‘touchy feely’ advice from Stanford professors

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The ability to create strong relationships with others is crucial to becoming more effective at work. Two Stanford professors who teach interpersonal dynamics to graduate students offer their advice in a new book. Photo: Shutterstock The ability to create strong relationships with others is crucial to becoming more effective at work. Two Stanford professors who teach interpersonal dynamics to graduate students offer their advice in a new book. Photo: Shutterstock
The ability to create strong relationships with others is crucial to becoming more effective at work. Two Stanford professors who teach interpersonal dynamics to graduate students offer their advice in a new book. Photo: Shutterstock
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