In this 10 part series, we explore the Ten Components (ten behaviours) of The Thinking Environment® (Nancy Kline), and how understanding and practicing these behaviours has positively impacted my relationships and interactions with others.
Principle: “Supplying the facts; dismantling denial.”
As participants in any meeting or thinking scenario – what we deliver is based on the expectation given, and the expectation is based on the information provided.
Running a business and relying on staff through delegation, the accuracy of information giving and receiving is imperative. Again, I could not expect a certain outcome if I did not provide the information for the task to be executed properly. This is where being a detailed person comes in handy – I can overshare! But it does mean that I am specific and provide clarity in the expectations of the communication I give out.
The proper sharing of information contributes to many of these Components and assists with trust and connection.
As we go through all Ten Components (behaviours), you will see how they all work hand-in-hand with each other, yet each one is so powerful on its own. PocketAdvisor helps you navigate the complex world of relationships, enrol for one of our Programs today!