By Marilyn Freimuth
Addicted? provides other ways to acknowledge the early and infrequently sophisticated indicators of addiction—much within the comparable approach we discover ways to realize the early symptoms of melanoma. yet, not like melanoma, the place humans rush to get remedy once they realize the symptoms, an habit often is confronted with nice guilt and ambivalence. Addicted? presents questionnaires that monitor for a wide range of chemical and behavioral addictions in any respect levels of improvement, and ends with a step by step advisor for the way to arrange oneself or another individual to beat habit.
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It is useful to remember when giving feedback that it can say as much about the person giving the feedback as the person receiving it. Feedback that helps develop self-awareness and assertive relationships: ■ is specific rather than general ■ is based on observable behaviors Assertive Communication ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ is timely and close to the event is given from an I’m OK: You’re OK life position takes into account the other person’s readiness to hear the feedback takes into account the person’s cultural differences gives people a choice about whether to respond immediately gives people an opportunity to ask questions is developing of positive self-esteem is developing of an interpersonal connection is motivating of creativity and ongoing learning and development is received with interest, curiosity, and positive intent.
He lists his values as: ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ flair passion ambition intellect strength laughter generosity. Atif’s self-limiting beliefs have been replaced by positive and lifechanging beliefs: I have the courage to be who I am and to act in a way that I am proud of. I am everything that I can be. I step up into being a leader. I do so with the right intent. I make a real difference. I am the kind of son that I want to be. I say what I think and feel in relationships. In 2005 Atif was in a new job and brought his learning to what was a relatively new department following a restructuring.
How people listen in different situations How people listen impacts on what they pay attention to. Ian Lock, leadership development consultant, gives the example of listening to the safety instructions being read out at the start of a flight, and asks people to think about how they listen in that situation. He then asks people to think about how they listen to the same instructions during a flight when it has been announced that there are problems and undue turbulence ahead, which could necessitate an emergency landing at some point.
Addicted?: Recognizing Destructive Behaviors Before It's Too Late by Marilyn Freimuth