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Crucial Mistakes You Need to Avoid While Dating in the Workplace | Relationship Theory

When it comes to dating in the workplace, doing it properly can be a very touchy and delicate task. On one hand, you might be feeling a general connection with someone and want to see it further, and yet on the other hand, you may be crossing lines and risk making others feel uncomfortable. On this episode of Relationship Theory, Lisa and Tom Bilyeu sit down to discuss such matters and more as they explore the key things you need to be mindful of when dating in the workplace. They discuss the pitfalls of a workplace relationship, how to make it work if youre going to pursue one, the challenges Tom and Lisa have faced in their careers, how to behave at work with your partner, and todays changing work culture.

SHOW NOTES:

Love at Work | Lisa and Tom discuss the pitfalls of workplace relationships. [0:25]

How To | Lisa and Tom discuss how to make a workplace relationship work. [3:03]

Challenges | Tom and Lisa share what the hardest part is when working with your partner. [3:40]

Dynamic | Lisa and Tom share how they approached working together in the past. [4:59]

Behavior | Lisa and Tom discuss how to properly behave with each other while at work. [7:45]

Culture | Lisa and Tom discuss the changing culture in todays work environment. [9:15]

QUOTES:

Its a high degree of communication. Its all about making sure that you guys are very clear on what you want, what the rules of engagement are at work, that you discuss the dynamic. Like how you guys work together? Do you overlap? Is there projects that youre working on together?[3:26]


If you have poor communication, then its going to be exacerbated by the fact that you work together. Cause now theres these competing stressors.[4:07]

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