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Author's personal copy Pushing up to a point: Assertiveness and effectiveness in leadership and interpersonal dynamics Daniel Ames* Columbia Business School, Columbia University, USA. Interpersonal dynamics are counterproductive as often as not. People frequently employ theories-in-use (behavioral programs) that emphasize self-protection and the control of. Study 23 Chapter 8 - Theories About Interpersonal Dynamics flashcards from Dasha V. on StudyBlue.
The purpose of this talk is to re-emphasise the inter-personal dynamics of social psychology and apply the theme of this conference diversity, unity, and relationship to family relations, social systems, and organisations; to education, psychotherapy, and counselling.
What if I speak differently? What if I act unpredictably for you? What if I have different values? Can I still be OK with you? And can you still be OK with me, because of this diversity?
Much of the political conflict in this world indicates that people have a great deal of difficulty with diversity. People who are different may seem inconsistent, unreliable, and untrustable.
These misperceptions occur because of incomplete perceptions! According to Martin Buber, we sometimes create other people as an "it" instead of seeing the sacred or the "thou" inherent in their being. Such incomplete and misinformed perceptions always lack empathy.
Because of a human hunger for relationship we seek unity.
How do we become united in relationships if we are so unique, different and diverse? The integration of a relational perspective of psychotherapy and social psychology concepts may provide challenging answers to these questions.
Unity requires a genuine interest in the other person, an interest that leads us to an inquiry; an inquiry of his or her phenomenological experience; that is, the subjective way each and every one of us processes interpersonal transactions and makes different meanings often of the same experience.
We emerge with different values about the same event. We just stay separate.
One of us must bridge that gap of separateness. Inquiry is part of the process. Because if we really inquire and attempt to know others in some fundamental way, if we learn their perspectives, their uniqueness and their differences, their diversity will challenge and perhaps change us. To be changed by knowing the other may be anxiety making.
So a genuine interest in diversity requires a willingness to tolerate anxiety, to be disturbed, be impacted by the other, to be moved, to be changed.Study 23 Chapter 8 - Theories About Interpersonal Dynamics flashcards from Dasha V. on StudyBlue.
Providing a comprehensive exploration of the major developments of social psychological theories that have taken place over the past half century, this innovative two-volume handbook is a state of the art overview of the primary theories and models that have been developed in this vast and fascinating field.
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Interpersonal dynamics are counterproductive as often as not. People frequently employ theories-in-use (behavioral programs) that emphasize self-protection and the control of.
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References * The first U.S. book about the cultural relativity of U.S. management theories is still to be written, I believe—which lack in itself indicates how difficult it is to recognize one's own cultural biases.