Interpersonal dynamics are the most important kind of human communication. Self-concept, feelings, perspective, and behaviour are all shown in interpersonal dynamics. One’s sense of self is formed by a combination of upbringing, personality traits, amount of motivation, and gender. A person’s impression of how they would react to various crisis and conflict scenarios is shaped by their ability to engage in successful interpersonal dynamics. Demonstrating and using these abilities to speak clearly and calmly, while also resolving the conflict in a constructive manner, is considered to be a hallmark of successful interpersonal dynamics. The ethics and values provide the basis for sustainability. Although the terms are sometimes used interchangeably, ethics refer to a more comprehensive code of conduct for social interaction than morality. Values are those principles that a person holds most dear and never waver from. When we are faced with a decision that requires us to prioritise two different options, it is imperative that we act in accordance with our core beliefs and principles. Interpersonal dynamics, values, and ethics are discussed in depth throughout this book, from their definition and classification through examples of universal and situational values as well as moral and religious ethics. The issues with maintaining values are also present in the process of social, political, and technical development. The ability to develop leadership and motivation, as well as an awareness of individual variances in perception and attribution, is crucial. Learning values and ethics through interpersonal dynamics is essential in fields like engineering ethics, where familiarity with global issues, codes of conduct and corporate social responsibility are all important.