By Nabila Nali
By Nabila Nali
Morocco World News
Tangier, May 5, 2012
Our Global, Interconnected and Interdependent World requires from us to have excellent communication skills that can/will allow us to communicate effectively and efficiently in a fast moving world.
Thus, we need to take into account so many different issues, including the following;
First, there could be up to fourteen billion ears listening, with diversity of views, opinions and levels of understandings. Hence, the importance of emotional intelligence as it is always important to address the lines of thoughts of as many people as possible.
Second, we need to have clear understanding of the futuristic vision that we are talking about and communicating with others, while being able to “explain The strategic, tactical operational objectives”. A person who doesn’t have a clear understanding of objectives will not succeed while communicating with others, as various weaknesses would normally become very obvious.
Third, We need to have a clear understanding of how the futuristic vision, can/will be feasible, viable, acceptable and sustainable, as we have to understand how to turn the futuristic vision into reality, while understanding the various obstacles during the promotion, implementation and measurement of progress of the proposed futuristic vision.
Fourth, we need to remember that the overwhelming majority of our brothers and sisters around the world don’t accept people with various problematic, destructive and/ criminal behaviors, e.g. racism, discrimination, negativity, backward thinking, talking about past problems while avoiding to find solutions.
Fifth, we need to remember that the overwhelming majority of our brothers and sisters around the world have shared principles, values and understandings for the need to live in a Peaceful, secure and prosperous world, thus, the importance of talking about shared responsibilities to build our future together.
Sixth, we must always try to listen to what everyone is saying and accept the multi-dimensional views, opinions and natures of understandings, while establishing common grounds and avoiding becoming stuck on minor differences.
Seventh, we must always “think outside the box” and “adopt can do attitude”, while being confident that we can/will always succeed and achieve our goals, as people don’t accept people who are unsure about what they are talking about.
Eight, we must always focus on “the positive aspects and dimensions” of everything we do, thus, we must always spend much more time talking about “the positive aspects and dimensions” while addressing briefly some of “the negative aspects and dimensions”, as we can never “move forward” while focusing on “the negative aspects and dimensions” of what we are trying to do, as there will be some risks involved on some occasions, that can be dealt with through “effective risk management and/or prevention strategies”.
Ninth, we must also address “the motivational factors, issues and dimensions”, thus, we can/will always be in positions to “motivate” others and “drive” them forward, while “supporting” them in every way possible.
Tenth, we also need to be prepared to figure out “the things” that are not being said, i.e. the implied aspects and dimensions, and try to deal with them through “our advanced and critical thinking processes”.
Consequently, we all have to be “analytically responsive” and “strategically focused” before we speak about anything.