It is quite common to see a ‘group process’ setting in, in all kinds of social interaction. In business, at office, within family and even at society at large.
It is good, at times, as it helps us to move forward as a team while it inhibits growth forming multiple groups with clash of interests, distrust, sycophancy, nepotism, etc
At initial stages one may tend to see people at other side of the table skeptically but with experience, we mature to realize that difference that we have with people are difference in positions. This realization helps to foster better relations with family, office, business and society at large.
Na Kaschit Kasyachit Mithram Na Kaschit Kasyachitripu
Vyavahaarena Mithraani Jaayanthe Ripuvasthathaa
No one is friend or enemy of anyone else. Social interactions makes friends and enemies.
Once we realize that it is just a matter of positions, we can try and understand the mutual positions and establish better win-win relationships