I have been raised and I use to work with the three most widely spread languages (namely English, French and Spanish).
And I have faced many a situation slightly different from what we were taught at the standard business model schools (basically the American East Coast Ivy League).
How to comprehend those different environments, using the proper language, is part of the -hopefully- creativeTentative Management approach. ________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
Some key sentences of
the TM would be:
"In TM, we focus on the perception / uneasiness insecurity of
the Value Formula" "This formula isn´t worth the same everywhere, but it applies both to customers
Value = (Product Perception / Price Uneasiness Insecurity) ________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
"When having to convey Perceptions, I rely mostly on non verbal communication."
"When willling to get commitment from my employees, I use Experiential Training." ________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
There is some kind of debate between what is Outdoor and what is Experiential Training.
In 1.994, when I started using those techniques in Spain, those techniques were just unknown.
Nevertheless, now the situation has dramatically changed, and some misunderstandings have arisen.
Actually, Outdoor Training is just one of the facets of the Experiential Training approach. Outdoor Training is not - not only - just about a nice week-end at the countryside, where a bunch of fellow workers enjoys some serious good time.
Actual Outdoor must lead us to learn from that experience, in order to use those learnings back at our workplace or at home. ________________________________________________________________________________________________________________