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A person always draws a psychological portrait of someone with whom he is involved in communication. This portrait is created from a wealth of data. A voice can tell a lot about a person. Sometimes it’s not so important what they say is much more important – how. According to P. Ekman, a leading specialist in lie recognition, words are one of the least reliable sources of information.
By the voice of the interlocutor, you can understand how he treats you, whether he is sincere, what his emotional state is. Communicating with a person, we can draw conclusions about his personal qualities and characteristics. You can even imagine the physical image of a stranger. Each of us does this every day and in different situations: at work, at home, in public places … Continue reading
Self-education has as its goal the acquisition of knowledge and skills necessary to improve the quality of life. Self-education is an independent increase in knowledge, exaltation in mastery: the more versatile and deeper knowledge and experience, the more accurate the choice of decision and action for its implementation. Mastery entails the recognition of others that exalts a person, affirms him in life, helps to realize himself. The leader needs to know much more than any of his subordinates.
Self-education has as its goal the acquisition of knowledge and skills necessary to improve the quality of life, the development of the ability to self-organize and organize. Continue reading
Question: “It seems to me that we have thought through the process of change to the smallest detail, but already at the first stages of the implementation of the plan we ran into serious problems …”
ERROR: Any change must begin with a diagnosis. This stage is essentially a starting point and is associated with an accurate determination of which change is necessary and desirable. That is why the actions taken at this stage need to be given sufficient time and attention. In many organizations, the diagnostic phase is often overlooked or done poorly, which almost guarantees the failure of subsequent stages of the process. The consequences of this approach are obvious: a planned change crashes and is not implemented, or leads to disastrous results. If this is the case in your situation, then it is most reasonable to return to the beginning of the process and properly diagnose. Continue reading