It is unbelievable how much we become dependent on a society of electronic communication tools. E-mails, text messages, PDAs, mobile phones, videoconferencing, blackberry, blueberries, sunflowers, and many others … have placed the old, modern communication that has resulted in many interpersonal difficulties and misunderstandings today
… Why I should improve my interpersonal skills when most businesses communicate 99% by phone, teleconferencing, video conferencing, e-mail, and rarely snail messages. Today is a popular way of thinking … but is this the right way? "Face-to-face communication is still the strongest human interaction," says Kathleen Begley, Ed.D., author of Face-to-Face Communication, and Creating Human Relations in the Technology World. "It's as wonderful as electronic devices, they can never fully replace the intimacy and immediacy of people in the same room and have been working for millions of years."
Businesses are "B2B") and "B2C" (business-consumer) methods. I try to capture the trend (positive way!), To emphasize the importance of personal communication. You will hear a lot about the "P2P" (people-to-man) relationships and how important it is to survive technology and talk face to face with your friends, family, staff, customers, suppliers, and more. You think this is a bit old-fashioned, but in my opinion there is no substitute for a human, close and personal relationship. Do not be fooled, there is a place with today's fantastic technology tools and I use it regularly, but this is not always the first or the best choice. A few decades ago, John Naisbitt, the best in the 1960s – Megatrends: Ten New Guides The transformation of our lives has brought a new concept to the forefront, called the "cutting-edge, great touch". His idea was that "as human beings are capable of anonymous electronic communication, they need more personal interaction at the same time." It seems to me that he was right for the target.
We live in a society where we make coffee, business associates, or friends in a local cafe or diner with the need for human interaction, especially when most coffee beans can make Latte or cappuccino in their home. Think of lucky cafes that need personal communication! Relationships between people …
We've heard about many children (and adults) who spend hours playing video games. However, the Game Manufacturing Association announced in 2003 that family board games (eg Monopoly and Scrabble) are rising and growing by 20% a year. Cranium has recently opened a completely new series for "little people" (3 years of age). Relations between people start early – if you have not heard of me, ask me to tell my story about "Papa Zitto"!
Even when the catastrophe strikes and news media brings these events to our home and workplaces through TV, radio and the Internet, we strive to share our treatment. Personally, I was waiting for hundreds of people for nearly three hours at New York's Ground Zero when she opened the public in December 2001. Many also left improvised shrines in honor of the victims of the tragedy. Relationships between people …
Nowadays we enjoy home and work life and enjoy both home and work life and find balance even more critical than in the past. We understand that technology can be impersonal but fast. We know we have to spend more time on people's relationships, but the reality of the hectic pace does not leave much time for the intimate form of this communication. Think you might be quicker than a quick phone call, short e-mail, or videoconferencing to meet the minds? Yes and no. This is a communication paradox … faster is not always better.
So the right question can be how we can use the best of both worlds – technology and the face to face relationships between people  Just as fashion has been redesigned and I go back to the day-to-day style version, I think , time to redesign and revitalize personal communication skills (P2P).
Balance! People-to-People (P2P) communication skills remain the primary success factors in business life even in this era. There are a number of situations – often those that involve conflicts, threats, high priority, or large sums of money – that cause business people to take time and trouble to get information in the same room. Videoconferencing proved to be a good simulation and a cost-effective method when individuals are in remote locations but still do not replace good, old-fashioned, personal communication.
It's … Let's take a look at what some experts say.
Tom Peters, an internationally renowned business guru, says without reservation that he should constantly monitor personal communication. Not so, it leads to a career disaster. "We believe in high-tech, high-pitched", writes Peters. "No question, technology is the Great Enabler, but paradoxically now the human bit is more, no less important than ever." Sheila Hodge, author of Global Smarts: The art of communication in the world, says: "The modern office is full of gadgets – computers and internet, uplink and downlinks, video conferencing and online databases, many think that let the imaginary technology handle the messy task of connecting people. "
Jo-Ellan Dimitrius, in the Reading People book, says young, technically oriented employees usually communicate in computer chat rooms. "If you want to become a better communicator, you must consciously seek to participate in other people (personally)," he writes. "Even the fastest online drug addict can learn the true meaning of" chat "if the desire is there, but it needs to get off the couch and it has to happen."
In Gary McClain and Deborah Romaine's book, The Everything's Direction of the "People Book" … "Constant day-to-day personal communication not only supports good feelings, but also promotes effective and cooperative teamwork."
"One of the most important areas of communication is to restore the business in a personal situation, especially through counseling, building feedback, and annual performance appraisals," says Chris Roebuck in Effective Communications.
One of my favorite quotes was Margaret Wheatley, : Simple conversations to restore hope in the future, he says, "I can believe that we can change the world when we start talking again to each other."
Sounds like we're here, can you do it? (P2P) face to face interactions More e-mails and less material for financial reasons Do you avoid human contact most because of the lack of interpersonal skills If the latter is true you have to take the steps before you go it would be too late  The next time you are tempted to send an e-mail, a text message or a phone call for routine purposes, stop it! Go back to the basics. Get out of your comfortable zone and send it by email, text message, or face to face, face personally with the technology behind you! Why? Because it works!
Make relationships between people … You and your business will be happy.
A positive job is a business! TM
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