our assessments as gifts:
Behaviorally, we can be polite, while masking the obvious. We are not satisfied. This shows up in our body language, should our partner in our interaction sense an emotional disconnect. Our brains and physiology at work.
"Our 'Conversational Energy' reveals itself."
Our behavior; what we say, what we don't say; what we do, and what we don't do is indeed being monitored. Monitored by the electrochemical systems of others.
"Add psychology and we've often got a hot mess."
Should I say something? When is the right time? What am I protecting by not saying something? What might improve if I do say something? Being honest, open and willing to share opinion/Assessments with others is essential to building trust. Being aware of situation and timing where we have our best shot at connecting with another a skill. Sequence and timing and ability to observe past the moment, while holding past declarations front and center. What we committed to produce in the beginning.
When we hold back assessments, we take away another's choice to adapt.
Worse, we adapt anyway into an unclear future.
By stepping into our assessments, and firmly connecting them to the original intention of working, coordinating together. There are only two paths; change the action to fit the declaration; or, change the declaration to fit the action. Both can be successful, though not necessarily ethical in execution.
Application > Leading; Managing Others >> Culture Development...
EXPLORATION: Where are we hesitant to have honest, open dialog? Is it possible that by managing honest, open dialog with clear intention and care that we actually create relationship, not thwart it?
Case Example ~ Situation | Solution | Result:
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Distinctions: Assessments, Conversational Energy, Gifts, Stands, Intention, Care, Honesty, Openness, Culture, Development,
Relation To Core: Acknowledgement, Observational Frameworks, Navigational Capacity, Bridging Realities, Human Interactivity's Ones & Zeros, The Language Of Coordination, Turning Business To Enterprise, Reciprocally Transactional Loops, Marketing's Continuum,