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rajesh kumar mehta, Manager, India
I think there can be several way to achieve goals, however what's more important is to have control over the mind of the team members. And that's up to the managers how they carry their team. (...) Read more? Sign up for free

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  GS RADJOU, CEO, France
 

Achieving Goals

Yes! But the devil is in the details i.e. how do you control the mind of the team members - tell me more - and/or have a look on motivation theories.

  rajesh kumar mehta, Manager, India
 

Controlling the Minds of Employees

Mind control is getting people to do what THEY want to do (you simply influence what they want so it's in their best interest).
There are two ways to get people to do what you want:
1. Behavior modification, allows you to change a person's undesirable behaviors by using positive reinforcement.
2. Reality modification. We'll concentrate most of our attention on this. This mind control technique is successful because of the way in which your requests are presented.

  Anitha Jagathkar, Consultant, India
 

Mind Control Techniques

Can you please elaborate on these mind control tec (...)

  rajesh kumar mehta, Manager, India
 

Mind Control Techniques

Ad 1. Behavior modification: You need to know abou (...)

  Anitha Jagathkar, Consultant, India
 

Mind Control Techniques

Thanks a lot Mr. Mehta for elaborating on mind con (...)

  Mudukula Mukubi, Business Consultant, Zambia
 

Controlling the Minds of Various Types of Employees

I think there are circumstances in which 'mind con (...)

 
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