Part 4: Principle 9“Making People Glad to Do What You Want”: use intimation. Always make the other person happy about doing the things you suggest. Never snub someone; bring people together to feel inclusive. Keep the following guidelines in mind when it is necessary to change attitudes or behaviour: A) […]
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Part 4: Principle 8“Make the Fault Seem Easy to Correct”: people can grow and overcome incalculable strife but they need support and someone who believes in them. Principle 8: Use encouragement. Make the fault seem easy to correct.
Part 4: Principle 7“Give A Dog A Good Name”: say that the person is a natural leader or good student etc and they will become one. Principle 7: Give the other person a fine reputation to live up to.
Part 4: Principle 6“How to Spur People On to Success”: praise is like sunlight to the warm human spirit. Giving someone recognition is also positive. Principle 6: Praise the slightest improvement and praise every improvement. Be ‘hearty in your approbation and lavish in your praise.
Part 4: Principle 5“Let the Other Person Save Face”: always let the other person save face. What a person thinks of themselves is most important. Principle 5: Let the other person save face.
Part 4: Principle 4“No One Likes to Take Orders”: giving orders in the form of a question is effective. “You might consider this’ or “Do you think that would work?” Principle 4: Ask questions instead of giving direct orders.
Part 4: Principle 3“Talk About Your Own Mistakes First”: A person has made a mistake but it’s no worse than many you have made. We are not born with experience. Humility and praise can help you and me in our daily contacts. Principle 3: Talk about your own mistakes before […]
Part Four: Be a Leader: How to Change People without Offense or Arousing Resentment. Part 4: Principle 2“How to Criticize – And Not Be Hated For It”: by diverting attention from a mistake and indirectly suggesting a solutions, harm can be avoided. Principle 2: Call attention to people’s mistakes indirectly.