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Tips of Navigation for Every Situation

The Compass Podcast Samuel Stern

    • Business
    • 5.0 • 11 Ratings

Tips of Navigation for Every Situation

    You’re Successful? Ouch…

    You’re Successful? Ouch…

    Cognitive Dissonance
    When we introduce to the world something new or achieve something big. Sometimes, the people who find it hardest to rejoice in our success, will be those closest to us.
    Why does this happen?
    The answer to this, explains Jewish Psychologist Leon Festinger, is:
    Cognitive Dissonance. - The mental discomfort that results from holding two conflicting beliefs, values, or attitudes. People tend to seek consistency in their attitudes and perceptions, so this conflict causes feelings of unease or discomfort.
    for example: a soldier sent on a mission he doesn't believe in, will either need to change his position, so that the task would now be justified, or quit the mission to adjust his behavior to his position. 
    When we make a difference in our lives, take a risk, or achieve it, It threatens those closest to us:
    We're going to do things they're afraid to do on their own, or they'd like to and couldn't.
    How come that this guy suddenly starts a business and not us?! How come he got the job even though I'd pick him last by force?
    To settle this contradiction with ourselves – without having to conclude that we’re maybe now so competent, after all… - we're going to have to convince ourselves that “this person is fake”…
    This is the topic we’re discussing in this week’s episode (Yiddish).
    Listen & Enjoy!

    • 8 min
    You Are Boss!

    You Are Boss!

    Your Boss, Your Client!
    This week’s episode is another topic a portion of our speech at The J2C Conference, this past Sunday May 22, in front of 600 employees who came to learn how to turn their Jobs into Careers.
    The topic is a recap of episode #20 and #22 about tonality and decision making.
    Enjoy it!

    • 9 min
    We’re back! :)

    We’re back! :)

    We’re back!


    This week’s episode is a portion of our speech at The J2C Conference, this past Sunday May 22, in front of 600 employees who came to learn how to turn their Jobs into Careers.
    The topic is a recap of episode 20 and 22 about tonality and decision making.
    Enjoy it!

    • 19 min
    You’ll never have to WORK again!

    You’ll never have to WORK again!

    Personality Tests in corporate mainstream 
    Can Enneagram bring enlightenment, efficiency and a better bottom line to organizations?
    For a growing number of companies across the world, the answer seems to be yes. From small businesses in Europe to U.S. government departments, a popularized personality typing system, known as the enneagram, is being promoted, with claims that it improves teamwork, communication and leadership.
    It is a shortcut to understanding what drives people, and to discover strengths and blind spots around yourself and others.
    A CNN 2011 study by Enneagram in Business covering 72 companies, including Best Buy, Daimler-Mitsubishi, Toyota and Avon, found that using the enneagram led to better communication and collaboration, rising sales and increase in employee engagement.
    In today’s episode (Yiddish) we’re diving into this fascinating discussion.

      
     
     

    • 12 min
    We need a Peacemaker – Don’t we?

    We need a Peacemaker – Don’t we?

    Enneagram #9 – THE PEACEMAKER
    Let’s meet Mr. Nine.
    Personality traits:
    Calm, collected demeanorAbility to defuse conflict with easeZen-like presenceMellow and soothing voiceWide circle of acquaintancesGenerally liked by most peopleFluid, slow movements and gesturesAre you a #9? 
    In today’s episode (Yiddish) we’re diving into this fascinating discussion.


    What’s your vote?
    Regarding the upcoming episode:
    #1 – Summary about “Enneagram in business”  
    #2: Back to routine: Sales / Marketing / Fundraising
    Leave #1 or #2 in the comments section

      
     
     
     

    • 8 min
    Is PUTIN a type 8?

    Is PUTIN a type 8?

    Enneagram #8 – THE challenger

    Let’s meet Mr. Eight
    Personality traits:
    Independent and self-sufficientFierce and confident lookDetermination and staminaVery energetic and busyFiery passions and powerStubborn and headstrongSerious about control over environmentAre you a #8? 
    In today’s episode (Yiddish) we’re diving into this fascinating discussion.

    • 7 min

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