A social scientist and a buddhism teacher explore how important qualities of our interpersonal relationships can empower us in the workplace

In the 21st century work world, the boundaries between personal and professional are becoming increasingly tenuous and blurred. In the ever-evolving workplace, we are asked to bring increasingly nuanced and physically sophisticated tools to the table, while at home, our work is professional in task whether we are balancing a personal or family budget or managing appointments. More often than we recognize, we bring our interpersonal relationships into our office environment, taking cues from our daily interactions with friends and family and infusing them with the ways we relate to interns, co-workers and management.

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