This segment introduces viewers to the topic of remaining in your authentic power to build fulfilling relationships. Learn the five building blocks of successful teams.
The learner principal can be applied to change the course of conflicts in business and personal settings. Hear an example of the knowing mindset and how it hurts relationships.
The first step in having a learner mindset is observation. Hear examples of how using this principle changes the power balance in a disagreement.
This principle is crucial for building trust and accountability in a team. Learn how to convey that you are responsible, not just reacting to circumstances.
Applying the actor-reactor principle determines whether a person is a victim or controls his life. Examples explain how observation and a learning mindset resolves conflict.
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In this program you will learn how the most successful people create one of the most important building blocks for success: well-functioning relationships and collaborative business teams. You will learn the two principles that are the foundation for any positive relationship. As you integrate this Principle 1 in your life, you will be able to eliminate the underlying reason for all conflicts. The second principle is critical if you want to be in the driver’s seat of your life – if you want to be perceived as a leader.
Length: 30 minutes
Copyright date: ©2015
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