How People React To Magic WONDER ANGER SKEPTICISM CURIOSITY FRUSTRATION FEAR
SKEPTICISM CURIOSITY WONDER FEAR EXPANSION CONTRACTION FRUSTRATION ANGER
Problem Solving • Define the problem • Gather Information • Form Hypothesis • Test • Analyze Results • Conclusion
I.R. FILTERS External Event Communication Delete Distort Generalize
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FEATURE FILMS ARE THE RE- SULT OF YEARS OF SCIENTI- FIC STUDY COMBINED WITH THE EXPERIENCE OF YEARS
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Assumptions Expectations Values What’s your lens?
Values + Vision = Mission
EnvisionedFuture “Significant creative energy is generated when you can see clearly where you are and where you want to be. When the distance between the two is clearly visible in your mind, a natural tensionbuilds that can be resolved only by discovering and implementing new ideas.” Doug Hall, Author, Jump Start Your Business Brain Current Reality
Stress Producing Humor P okes fun at other peoples individual short comings. R eflects anger. O ffends with inappropriate use of sexual references or profanity. D ivides a group by put-downs. U ses stereotypes to denigrate a person or group. C reates a cruel, abusive and offensive atmosphere. I s insensitive to what causes others real pain. N egates self-confidence. G ives license to hurt somebody.
Stress Reducing Humor R educes tension by joking about universal human frustrations and faults.. E ncourages people to relax an laugh. D elights in poking fun at oneself. U nites people by building rapport. C reates a supportive atmosphere of fun and caring. I ncludes everybody in the good time. N otes the positive aspects of human relationships. G ives everybody a chance to participate.
How People React to Ideas 1. Verbal Idea Killers 2. Non-Verbal Idea Killers 3. Verbal Idea Support 4. Non-Verbal Idea Support
Rule of Agreement • Say “Yes” to your partner • Make your partner look good
Constraints Constraints Stimulate Creativity
Limerick There once was a guy from the moon, Whose birthday was the 30th of June. He was a man with no hair. And he’d never breathed air. But, boy, could he carry a tune.
Conflict Handling Modes(Thomas & Kilman, 1974) Mode Level of Level of AssertivenessCooperation AvoidingLow (Lose) Low (Lose) CompetingHigh (Win) Low (Lose AccommodatingLow (Lose) High (Win) CompromisingModerate (Win Some) Moderate (Lose Some)
Conflict Handling Modes(Thomas & Kilman, 1974) Mode Level of Level of AssertivenessCooperation AvoidingLow (Lose) Low (Lose) CompetingHigh (Win) Low (Lose AccommodatingLow (Lose) High (Win) CompromisingModerate (Win Some) Moderate (Lose Some) CollaboratingHigh (Win) High (Win)
E-A-R Technique Empathize Attend Respond
FEAR WONDER ANGER CURIOSITY SKEPTICISM FRUSTRATION