Workgroups and networking crossover

Written by Jan Fritz

As I try to explain and describerepparttar power of cooperation in workgroups, I often get lost. Networking Cross-Over is far more easy to visualize as it has innovative and intuitive parts to turn efforts to success!

As references to aproach this area I bringrepparttar 126127 work of Carl Rogers and Harald Swedner. They made a giant effort scaling down their discoveries to its essenscial and cognitive structures, "decoded" to let us accessrepparttar 126128 cumulative effects and synergies in networking withrepparttar 126129 experience being present in an designed dynamic and close encounter of a motivated group.

The interactive and reflective components in these designed meetings, force real needs to co-function instead of hidden motives and false expectations that will limitrepparttar 126130 perception. Dealing with missions more or less with "brains off" (to let EQ join common sense) may boostrepparttar 126131 process to spin-off. That is a good reason for developing network strategies.

This level is required to recognize and identifyrepparttar 126132 best mix of options for any given occation. To optimizerepparttar 126133 alternatives and secure constructive attitudes, we go crossover culture, borders and branches. Your treasures need a Network!

A reflection over dynamic groups

To boost motivation and makerepparttar 126134 outcome accellerate and spin off? Haverepparttar 126135 advantage participation in a designed workgroup, supported by an extended network. This magic covers most skills used to createrepparttar 126136 best tools required to consolidate your businessplan and prepare for extensions.

Forgiveness is Not the Same as Trust

Written by Susan Dunn, MA, Emotional Intelligence Coach

In a presentationrepparttar other day which rambled over topics of self-help,repparttar 126126 speaker at one point askedrepparttar 126127 group, “Why do we forgive?”

“For ourselves,”repparttar 126128 group muttered.

“You’re onlyrepparttar 126129 third group I’ve spoken to who’s known that,”repparttar 126130 speaker replied.


Most of us do realize these days that we forgive for ourselves. The perpetrator ofrepparttar 126131 act requiring forgiveness has done what they’ve done, which largely can’t be undone, and probably are getting on with their life. If we continue to harbor rancor and resentment, we make ourselves doublyrepparttar 126132 victim. Whether or not we forgiverepparttar 126133 other person makesrepparttar 126134 difference mostly to us, not them. If we do forgive, we can then, like them, get on with our lives.

Forgiveness, then, can be unilateral. While sometimes we will do this with another person, listening to their explanation and/or accepting their apology, and sayingrepparttar 126135 words, “I forgive you,” we can also do this withoutrepparttar 126136 other. We can do this on paper, journaling or writingrepparttar 126137 person a letter we never send, in a therapist’s office, confiding in a trusted friend, in our own minds, or in prayer or meditation.


Trust, however, is another thing.

Whetherrepparttar 126138 act requiring forgiveness is a lie, 10 years of drinking, or an extramarital affair, ifrepparttar 126139 relationship withrepparttar 126140 other person is to continue, forgiveness is justrepparttar 126141 beginning. Regained trust isrepparttar 126142 goal, and another beginning.

When you seek to forgive a person who’s harmed you and to continue inrepparttar 126143 relationship, you need to work onrepparttar 126144 trust aspects. Understand that this, unlike forgiveness, is not a “given.” You can grantrepparttar 126145 forgiveness. The other must earn backrepparttar 126146 trust, and you have a right to expect this be done.

Haven’t you heard someone who’s had an affair saying, “It’s like she doesn’t trust me. I told her it was over. I don’t understand why she’s so suspicious.” And then they go on to namerepparttar 126147 acts ofrepparttar 126148 offended spouse they consider “paranoid,” such as monitoring cell phone bills, checking on time away from home, and watching closely at social functions.

Trust is hard to build, very hard to rebuild once shattered. If you want to earn back trust, here are some things you will have to do, consistently and over time. The onus is on you to over-communicate and over-act untilrepparttar 126149 fragile thread of trust becomes stronger.

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