Because in those cases we have to do things that can cause tension in yourself or others, we often exhibit varying behavior that we can classify as follows. Do you recognize your own behavior in this? Caring Avoidance . We have an eye for people, but try to avoid the difficult human. You don't want to hurt anyone and don't do things that could hurt other people. This can mean that openness and transparency are at risk and people do not dare to open their mouths properly. Wise Compassion .
We function best: we balance our concern Executive List for people and the courage and candor to do difficult things. Ineffective Indifference . We are ineffective and behave indifferently. We act consciously or unconsciously heartlessly. This often happens when we are busy. Heartless execution . We have the courage to do difficult things, but act heartlessly: we turn off our feelings. Results take precedence over people The good news is that you can train yourself to work from wise compassion as much as possible.
Just read these tips! Tip 1. Dare to be human yourself Treat people the way you want to be treated and put yourself in their position: be open to their feelings. Listen carefully. Give more than you take, and give people options and choices. Challenge people to develop. Tip 2. Work with empathy and compassion These concepts are often confused. Empathy means: taking over the emotions of the other and experiencing them yourself. This can make the other person feel less alone.