Building a better society by building better relationships
Relationships span every corner of our lives, from the places we live and work to the places we socialise and seek help. At The Relationships Project, we believe that the quality of these relationships matter. When they’re nurtured, valued and prioritised, people are happier and healthier, communities are stronger and more resilient, and businesses are more successful and efficient.
That’s why it’s our mission to make it easier for every organisation, service and place to put relationships at the heart of what they do.
Highlights of the blog
In brief In this reflective piece, David Robinson looks back at the lessons we have learned in 2020 and what they might mean for the year ahead. Running off-road Politicians and policy people have always loved roadmaps, and so do many managers. It makes the journey...
Exploring Covid & Relationships
What do we need to do now to look back on 2020-21 as the year when we not only helped one another in an emergency but changed for good?
Multiple cycles of lockdown and the ongoing effects of the pandemic have had a profound effect on the relationships we have. We set up the Relationships Observatory in March 2020 as an open space to come together to reflect on how our relationships are changing and how we can build on the positives to come out of the pandemic.
Creating the conditions for relationships to thrive
Tools that work for you
We want to help you to put relationships at the heart of how you live and work. We’re developing a toolbox that draws together what’s working elsewhere with our own thinking on relationships.
From workshop ideas to case studies to storytelling guides, the toolbox has practical, actionable resources to help you develop stronger and better relationships.
We also offer bespoke training to help you get going.