By Sarah Alexander
When a single board or committee member tries to take over, the service can start to spiral downward.
When the owner constantly puts the service manager or leaders down and does not show respect the manager or leaders will at some point walk away and not come back.
These are just a few examples of situations when good relationships have not existed.
So what are the hallmarks of a good relationship? Check these off and identify if anything needs to be addressed in your situation and how.
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