All About Theories for Communication. He developed a theoretical model for relational enhancement which routes the interpersonal development between two people. This helps to understand how a relationship progresses and deteriorates.
What I like about Dr.
K is his ability to share profound knowledge for improving relationships. He tells insightful stories, wraps things in simple models and has catchy ways to remember good rules of thumb. My business is all about positive change, about taking what is and making it better, by improving, enhancing, simplifying, or taking it to the next level.
This article is my first take on the topic. The list might change given more time, but this is my initial thinking on the subject. Summary of Lessons Learned Lesson 1: Know What You Want Lesson 4: Listen To Go Deep Lesson 6: Choose Your Words Carefully Lesson 7: Relationships Are About Perception Lesson 8: Project and Expect The Best Lesson 9: Create Change In Stages Lesson 1: Make Useful Assumptions Assumptions determine behavior.
Experiences reinforce initial assumptions. Said another way, you get to be right about whatever you assume to be true, and being Stages of interpersonal communication is the booby prize in communication.
A useful assumption gives you enough informed perspective on your own behavior and the behavior of others that you can engage in behaviors that lead to worthwhile outcomes.
Limiting assumptions inhibit your creativity and resourcefulness, trigger negative reactions in you, and cause you to engage in behaviors that lead to limiting yet self-fulfilling outcomes.
Then you win the booby prize, which is the prize the losers get. Does it help you or hinder you to be right? They are action, accuracy, approval and appreciation. When action is your highest priority, your awareness of other people becomes peripheral, or limited to that which is necessary to accomplish your aim.
If things are taking too long, you may become careless and aggressive, leaping before you look, and speaking without thinking first. Others perceive this as pushy behavior.
Editor’s note: This is a guest post on lessons learned in bringing out the best in people by Dr. Rick Kirschner (aka Dr.K). Dr. K is an international bestselling author, including Dealing with People You Can’t Stand: How to Bring Out the Best in People at Their Worst and Insider’s Guide To. 46 PSYCHOTHERAPY IN AUSTRALIA • VOL 14 NO 3 • MAY Interpersonal Psychotherapy: An overview M I C H A E L R O B E R T S O N, PA U L R U S H T O N a n d C H R I S T O P H E R W U R M. The Role of Communication. Communication plays a key role in the success of any workplace program or policy and serves as the foundation for all five types of psychologically healthy workplace practices.
When accuracy is your highest priority, you will slow things down in order to see the details, and you may refuse to take action because of a particular doubt about the consequences. Others may perceive this as being unreliable.
When gaining recognition drives you, you need a higher level of assertiveness in order to be seen, heard, and recognized. Others may perceive this as distracting and disruptive.
Each of these intents has a time and place in our lives. Recognize these intents in others and you can speak to their need, lower their stress and increase their receptivity to your communication.
Recognize your own intent and you can more easily ask for what you need from others. Balanced, you can reduce stress and improve communication effectiveness.
The challenge in life, and in communication specifically, is to define a direction, and organize yourself around that outcome. Meet People Where They Are What is it about people that makes some so easy to relate to, and others so difficult to deal with?3.
Exit — Communicators decide whether they will interact in the future or continue a relationship. In some cases, interaction will end at this point. Criticism. Although Uncertainty Reduction Theory has greatly influenced communication studies, it’s not without its critics.
| Stages of an Interpersonal Relationship | A Story of Randi and Georgia | Interpersonal Communications 08/18/12 | Abstract Communication is only as effective as the relationship of the participants. The interpersonal relationship of the participants is the core factor in having true communication.
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- The stage of a relationship during which the connecting bonds between the partners weaken and the partners begin drifting apart*Intrapersonal dissatisfaction*Interpersonal deterioration Repair - a relationship stage in which one or both parties seek to improve a deteriorating relationshipIntrapersonal and Interpersonal repair.
The Role of Communication. Communication plays a key role in the success of any workplace program or policy and serves as the foundation for all five types of psychologically healthy workplace practices. Codependency has been referred to as “relationship addiction” or “love addiction.” But is it a disease?
Identify the stages of addiction and recovery.