Solving People Problems

Dealing with Differing Perceptions, Negative Emotions, and Unclear Communication



Taking Different Perceptual Positions Solving People Problems Problem Solving Strategies: 4 Levels Emotional Intelligence Active Listening Perceptions Brainstorming Good vs. Bad Feedback Effective Speaking Changing Perceptual Positions Creating Greater Value for People Around You Vadim Kotelnikov Ten3 Business e-Coach: global success Solving People Problems: Different Perceptions, Negative Emotions, Unclear Communication

People problems are inevitable. Various people problems arise from the differences in perceptions, negative emotions, or unclear communication. The greatest communication problem is that the message sent is not the message received.

To prevent or solve people problems, base your relationships on accurate perceptions, friendly and clear communication, empathetic listening, appropriate emotions, and forward-looking positive outlook. Put yourself in their shoes to understand their perceptions and the way of their thinking. If you wish to achieve their psychological commitment to a mutually satisfactory outcome, involve them in the problem solving process and reaching that outcome.

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