the staff are extremely supportive of each other
furnishing support or assistance; "a supportive family network"; "his family was supportive of his attempts to be a writer"
(supportively) In a supportive way
(supportiveness) Category of behavior identified and described by Jack Gibb that implies or suggests an interpersonal attitude characterized by candor, freedom from fear, and a sense of equality. ...
Used specially in teams. Be a good member of the team, help each other and always looking for ways to help other members of the team to succeed.
achieving objectives of other sectors in society; mutual benefits among various services and clienteles, support services, education and continuous training, community support; inter-related nature of various social policies; better effectiveness and efficiency, economy;
when nursing intervention cannot alter the course of the adaptation and can only maintain the status quo or fail to halt a downward course.