Building Relationships: Working Together Means Winning Together (Part 2)

In this episode, John Maxwell shares five characteristics of a solid relationship. You can use these five characteristics to build a fledgling relationship, repair a damaged one, or sustain a lifelong friendship. The characteristics apply equally to personal and professional relationships, but John is quick to point out that one of the key ingredients to a winning team is the ability to get along.

Mark Cole and Richard Chancy talk through each characteristic and how it might look at work, at home, and in their lives as leaders of leaders. They challenge you to be intentional around building positive relationships. The payoff is seeing your team win at higher levels.

Our BONUS resource for this series is the Building Relationships Worksheet, which includes fill-in-the-blank notes from John’s teaching. You can download the worksheet by clicking “Download the Bonus Resource” below.

5 thoughts on “Building Relationships: Working Together Means Winning Together (Part 2)”

  1. Is it safe to share experiences and feelings with you over the internet? What is the best way for it?

    1. Hi Zorica, if you would like to post your thoughts on the episode publicly, feel free to do it right here on the discussion board. If you would rather send us a note privately, we would love to hear from you at You will get a response from us within 24 hours.

  2. In the episode you say there are ten questions you ask the five CEOs you choose to speak with every year. Can you share those ten questions?



    1. Hi Terry! So sorry about that. There was a problem with the audio file. It should be all fixed now! Thanks for pointing that out for us!

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