The Problem | The Solution | Effective Communication

8 steps to problem solving

  1. Define the problem. What exactly is going on? … 
  2. Set some goals. … 
  3. Brainstorm possible solutions. … 
  4. Rule out any obvious poor options. … 
  5. Examine the consequences. … 
  6. Identify the best solutions. … 
  7. Put your solutions into practice. … 
  8. How did it go? › articles

Problem-solving enables us to identify and exploit opportunities in the environment and exert (some level of) control over the future.

Problem solving skills and the problem-solving process are a critical part of daily life both as individuals and organizations.

When things breakdown in communication or actions, the challenge is finding a solution to the problem(s).

Many times things snowball before you know it, verse paying attention and noticing the negative shift and finding a resolve early.

Listening to hear verses responding to discard one’s feelings.

Challenges are taking place all around us..,

From workplace disconnections

Performance and showcase challenges

Family miscommunication

To misinterpretation of what defines a relationship.

We need to take the time to listen and hear what each other are saying and feeling. Try to understand where some is coming from and their why, then take simple steps to find how to resolve the problem.

After facing challenges at my job from upper management for myself and staff… it led to me writing this and processing in the challenges and will the ever be a resolve. I hate to see my awesome staff feeling unhappy and the disheartening feeling in my soul as I try to do the best I can while there.

How do you determine there is a problem, and what is your approach to resolve it? Or do you just give up and walk away.

LadyFlava of LadyFlavaNews

Sharing feelings with after a hard day at work.

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