AOF4 ContextSensitivity

AOF4 ContextSensitivity - AOF p. 97-90 Dr. Joanne E....

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Dr. Joanne E. Nottingham Context Sensitivity “An ability to read the context directly affects framing effectiveness.” (1996, p. 80)
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Dr. Joanne E. Nottingham 2 Context Defined 1. How people think 2. What people expect ~~~~~~~~ Being insensitive to context can be destructive. (1996, p. 98)
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Dr. Joanne E. Nottingham 3 Leaders can learn how to: Interpret and evaluate, or read, a context Cultivate a context Recognize the constraints of a context Impact the flow of communication
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Dr. Joanne E. Nottingham 4 Leaders must examine the frame for 5 things: 1. Contextual Influences 2. Permeability 3. Consistency 4. Reality 5. Timing
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Dr. Joanne E. Nottingham 5 Contextual Influences Knowing the culture (values & beliefs) Cultural Norms – thoroughness, speed, valuing, risk-taking, appearance, conformity See DocNott’s notes on culture See AOF p. 83-86
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Dr. Joanne E. Nottingham 6 Permeability Having the capacity to embrace new elements (a key part of examining the frame)
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Unformatted text preview: AOF p. 97-90 Dr. Joanne E. Nottingham 7 Consistency Based on an internal compass or principles Allows for adaptation to current circumstances p. 90-92 (Example on p. 91) Dr. Joanne E. Nottingham 8 Reality Acquisition or development of appropriate mental models (p. 92-93) Are you making the situation fit your mental model? Are you developing a mental model based on the data of the situation? How do you handle mixed or inconclusive evidence if you have extremely strong beliefs? Dr. Joanne E. Nottingham 9 Timing Make timing appropriate through the assessment of the context for the use of: Proactive Framing Retroactive Framing Dr. Joanne E. Nottingham 10 Proactive Framing Moving deliberately to improve success, or to head off possible difficulties or failures Dr. Joanne E. Nottingham 11 Retroactive Framing Reflection and management of meaning after accurate perspective has been regained...
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AOF4 ContextSensitivity - AOF p. 97-90 Dr. Joanne E....

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