Have you ever had an experience where a strategic decision intended to satisfy someone was hurried and backfired? What was the long-term effect of that decision?
Communication is such a high priority that I found my family lacks. Being opened and straight forwarded is not considered unethical. I’m in my ISCOM/386 course and it’s teaching me so many things about the quality of service. The material is so in-depth that the majority of it not only relates to business but society and real-life issues as well. I have come across many conversations at work and home. In addition, I realize that when the specific conversation starts off with good intentions some people will reject the facts your stating and interpret the message wrong. This is where the conversation can backfire whether it’s ethical or unethical.
Before applying psychological something triggers the other person when psychology is poorly applied. It’s something that the other person didn’t understand that makes the conversation go from good intentions to bad intentions. The conversation begins to decreases because the person doesn’t agree with what you’re saying due to lack of knowledge.
Have you ever been in this situation? If so, what are some things that backfired with you and how did you determine a strategy to undo what’s been done.
Here are a few things you can do to turn the situation around?
- Make sure the person your talking to understand what you’re saying
- Try listening before making assumptions
- Use your interactions when the conversation turns rocky as an opportunity to turn things around.
- Build a positive reputation if you’re constantly giving off negative energy it will be hard for someone to talk to you.
- Give key details with supporting facts.
Until next time be blessed 😊
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