All of our questions should relate to who, what, why, where, when and how. Create Influence by Talking It is very important to listen to what other people have to say. It is also important for others to listen to what we have to say. a) Get The Other Person's Attention The first thing we must do when trying to make a point is to get the other person's attention. Make sure the other person is listening to us before we begin talking.
The first belief is that all the people depend on each other and we should help the others to achieve their goals. The second belief is that every person is free to make his / her own choice but the feeling of the others as consequences of this choice must be taken into account. We should also think about the level of impact it can have on other person or people. The third belief is that we should always take the situational details into account and thus the rules are not universal and should be modified according to the characters of the people involved in the situation and the specific of the situation itself. I think that is it quite unfair to treat everybody universally (as the other branch of ethics) because we are all different personalities and the action which can seem funny for one can be very offensive for t... ... middle of paper ... ...e should response to care and it doesn’t mean than we should do something because we feel that it’s our obligation to do it but because we feel that we would need help in such a situation.
How you choose to accept the criticism that you are being giving will determine how beneficial it will be to you and also your ability to work in the work place with that person .You need to have high self- esteem and feel positive about yourself and your abilities to be able to receive the criticism especially if it is negative. You should also keep in mind that you have full control of what you choose to believe about yourself. It is completely up to you to determine what is constructive or deconstructive for you. As I mentioned earlier some people are naturally critical people who are completely oblivious to the fact that they are criticizing anyone. You will more than likely
Therefore, it could be proposed that the specialists whom people rely on when the advice of the expert is needed should have contrived this respect as a direct result of his or her achievements. Although the expert has netted the qualifications to express his knowledge, it may not always be with concrete precision. The lay person should not anticipate the expert to possess more knowledge than he or she really does, and the expert should not claim to tell more than they really do. The specific consequences and risks that are associated within the uncertainties must be clearly understood by all involved. The experts in any profession are responsible for delivering information to the less knowledgeable who are not capable of coming to a conclusion on their own by means of making a decision based on their reasons, skills, and knowledge.
Each of us holds our views and acts accordingly, Kipnis and myself included. What we do may not always be right, but it is us trying to do what is best based on what we understand about the world. What we can do is try and improve ourselves like Kipnis did. We need to look at both sides of an argument because they can both have valid points, reasonings for why they think the way they do, that can expand our understandings. Often, this does not happen because people are too stubborn to change.
If we want to know “If we want to know things we must first love them by attending to them and relinquishing our fears, desires, and self-serving agendas” (Wirzba 90). I believe Wirzba’s claim to be very accurate. If we cannot learn from our actions and how they affect ourselves, others, and the places we inhabit, then we cannot entitle ourselves to be moral beings. We must strive to learn to appreciate everything around us and treat it respectfully. When we experience fruitful outcomes, we then gain knowledge of how to act as moral beings and perform actions that are ethical.
· What is the action you want them to take, and therefore, what is the message that you need to deliver to them to persuade them to take such action? Can you write it down - physically writing the message down is very worthwhile as it ensures that there is sufficient clarity of thinking. · The same message can be received very differently when delivered by different people or organizations. Taking the time to identify the most credible and capable people to deliver the message is important. In some cases, you may want to focus on people with specific skills, knowledge or position who can speak with authority.
If a person has not had to face oppression, understanding how to relate to another person can be challenging. A person’s positions will impact his or her interests toward resolving issues. The expectations about others will affect everyday relationships. We all make mistakes, but minimizing conclusions and stereotypes will help to gain the trust of the other person. Works Cited Axtell, E. R. (1993).
You need to base the content of your complaint off what you know about the person whom you are complaining to. Knowing what they will understand and what they will not understand can be a true turning point on the success of the
Like Rauch says, people must not try to eradicate hate speech, rather criticize and try to correct it. There is no wrong in standing up for yourself but there is an enormous wrong in limiting speech, hateful or not. V. Conclusion If it wasn’t already obvious, I believe that Altman is wrong. I believe that strengthening the proverbial skin of society is more important that pitting it’s individuals against each other on issues of what’s ok and not ok to say. Altman appeals to his own morals in which giving individuals the equality that is due to them and the right to not be treated as a lesser member of society are of ultimate importance.