Advances in Computers, Vol. 29 by Marshall C. Yovits

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Participants agree on goals and begin completing tasks. • Individuals seek to understand each others’ skills and behavioral tendencies. • Emphasis of team members tends to be on individ- ual needs. • Strong direct leadership is typical at this stage. • Storming • Divergent ideas are raised, which can lead to con- flict. • Group goals from the Forming stage may be ques- tioned. • Individuals from some behavioral profiles suf- fer through this stage, [whereas] others enjoy the drama. • Strong leadership is necessary to pass from this stage to the next.

Therefore, when trying out the communication tips offered in this chapter, try experiencing them from both sides of the table. For example, as with the variations on a theme on the previous page, imagine yourself as the sender and as the receiver of each statement. Empathy In the spirit of seeing things from both sides, start with empathy. Empathy is identifying with another’s perspective. Empathy is NOT, however, sympathy. In the following scenario, Jane, an accountant, is discussing her job with Ron from the software development team: Jane: My job is stressful at the end of each month.

When you look away, it implies that you are not paying attention, are uninterested, or disagree with what the other person has to say. Your DISC tendencies may play a role in how you use eye contact. When a disagreeable comment is made to a D (dominator), the D may look at the speaker with a stern, forceful look. ” When a C (critical thinker) hears a disagreeable comment, the C may tend to look down or away from the speaker, hoping it will cause the speaker to stop talking. In the same scenario with an S (supporter), the S is likely to make eye contact with raised eyebrows, exposing negative feelings regarding the comment.

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