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Managing Dynamics supports honest and effective interpersonal relationships, which focus on individual and work related strengths.  We design training to promote powerful interpersonal relationships through self-awareness, awareness of others and emotionally intelligent interactions.

We use five underlying principles, which reflect our philosophy:
  1. What you focus on grows: Where you place your attention guides awareness and pre-occupation towards the person, behavior, expectation or perception you have formed. If you look for errors you will find them and if you look for what is done well you will see it.

  2. People will rise to your highest level of expectation: The question to ask is not necessarily, “What do you see? Rather it is, “What do you want to see?” Once you identify what you want to see, then provide an environment and climate, which will promote and sustain the behaviors you seek.  Work on “seeing” the person in the positive.

  3. Create an environment that promotes the behaviors you seek: Many times we recognize what new behaviors need to develop, however, we often are not aware of the barriers that exist within the culture that make change difficult.  Many times these “unconscious practices or unwritten rules” inhibit or even discourage the desired new behaviors.

  4. Use outcome based thinking to identify what you want to happen.  Outcome based thinking moves people from being reactive towards being mindful and reflective. It is a practice that encourages people to take time to identify what is possible and communicate accordingly. Well-formed outcomes assist us in defining the path and creating excellent results.

  5. Ask excellent questions to gather “high quality information.” When others share information, make sure you "qualify the source and learn the accuracy and intention of the person" who has shared it.  Go to the source or the person the information is about, to hear it in their words.