The Absense of Certain Behaviours makes the Differences

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D P Deshpande
CxO / Board, India
Often, it is the absence of a certain types of behavior that makes the difference. The success yielding behaviors is often taken for granted, but the absense of certain behaviors is noticed. (...) Read more? Sign up for free

  Mohun Aujayeb
HR Consultant, Mauritius
 

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Yes the absence of certain behaviours is more noticed than those openly demonstrated.

  Charles P. Keith
Management Consultant, United States
 

The Absence of Certain Behaviours

People generally react to the behaviour that is expressed, visible to them. It is the rapid form of experience gain. Over time, they may notice that a behavior is missing... An expected behaviour doesn't happen.
So from my perspective, present behaviours create the dominant reaction where absent behaviours create the 2nd strongest reaction... Because the noticing of absent behaviours is subtle and often delayed, the reaction to them takes us by surprise which is why managers must constantly probe and work closely with employees in order to stay more closely in touch.

 

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