Above all, as you describe reality from your perspective, do not lay blame. . . . Each time you describe reality accurately, without laying blame, you create a kind of force field around yourself -- one that feels good to others.
-- Fierce Conversations: Achieving Success at Work and in Life One Conversation at a Time by Susan Scott. I really like what this book promises and have been looking forward to reading it.
But this passage has me confused. One of the main reasons I am reading the book is to learn how to have difficult conversations with people when they screw up. I am now confused about how to confront someone about a mistake or a wrongdoing -- and get them to accept responsibility -- without "blaming" the person. Hopefully, as I move through the book I will figure out this conundrum.
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I like the quote - laying out reality without placing blame. Hard to do...ReplyDelete
I like the quote too. I don't like to place blame because who knows where it goes?? Probably, on my shoulder.(:ReplyDelete
My teaser is from Play Him Again by Jeffrey Stone.
Giveaway too for THE GIRL ON THE CLIFF.
Have a great TEASER TUESDAY...mine is below.