Interpersona is an approach to individual and group counseling, which attempts to improve interpersonal relationships. The concept of interpersonal relation includes human relationships, interactions, or social ties between two or more individuals. It also considers a range of other important areas that deal with relationships between individuals and groups, as well as organizations. Interpersonal relations include the interactions of persons who work together or live together. Interpersonal relationships include intimate friendships, common business contact, sexual relationships, and even professional relationships such as those involving attorneys, doctors, clergy, and other professionals.
Most of the time, human relationships happen in pairs or triads. However, in much of the world, there are also instances when multiple human beings live together in social arrangements called intergenerational households. Interpersonal relationships can also occur among groups of individuals or even within families. In all of these cases, it is the interpersonal bonds that are most important and valuable, as these provide the basis for the basis of community and family life.
When people engage in interpersonal interactions, they have the opportunity to form interpersona as a result of certain circumstances. These circumstances may be related to work, family, childhood trauma, or even a change of environment. However, the relationships formed in all of these situations do not normally evolve into the kinds of relationships that are considered interpersona. Rather, they often emerge as mere copies - existing only on paper - of preexisting relationships.
This paper addresses the need for interpersona through its focus on development of customized interpersona through customized and structured communication. Specifically, we explore how such communications can facilitate intergenerational and group formation and bonding. We then examine the importance of interpersona in professional and academic relationships and compare this to the need for interpersonal communication and building of trust in professional and academic relationships. Finally, we examine the potential impact that expanded and liberalized communications can have on interpersonal communications.
The need for customized interpersonal communication skills arises when people have different expectations about how to build and maintain meaningful relationships. In businesses, for instance, there are typically multiple organizational cultures, each with its own set of business rules. As a result, it is difficult for leaders to communicate to all employees effectively. Such a lack of understanding leads to inefficiency, poor performance and, ultimately, business failure.
By developing interpersona, leaders can assure that they are addressing the needs of all employees. This entails communicating with individuals and groups as if they were in person, by using words, actions, humor, stories and metaphors, among other cues. With the use of these cues, individuals and groups are able to link their personal experiences with the logic-matrix of the organization and learn new norms that will better integrate them within the organization.
This process also makes it easier for them to learn anything new. Given that an interperson is connected with different sets of interpersonal skills and perspectives, it is easy to form new understandings of your work environment, company, and your job description. Learning that a person you have worked with before is no longer engaged with your tasks and that you have to find a new way of doing things can be scary. However, with the help of interpersona, such fears can be realized, as they will learn anything through the cues in the person they are interacting with.
Interpersona helps to eliminate fear in a group, as it is tangible. It also helps to reduce anxiety and stress, which can lead to the creation of a toxic work atmosphere. As a manager, it is very important for you to understand the importance of building relationships with co-workers. As you implement more effective interpersonal communication skills in your workplace, your staff will appreciate the many benefits that come from them. You can use interpersona to create new understanding, better teamwork and greater productivity in your workplace.