per-spec-tive      &nbs p;[per-spek-tiv] –noun
  1. the faculty of seeing all the relevant data in a meaningful relationship
  2. the state of one's ideas, the facts known to one, etc., in having a meaningful interrelationship
  3. the state of existing in space before the eye
  4. a mental view or prospect
  5. a technique of depicting volumes and spatial relationships on a flat surface
  6. a visible scene, esp. one extending to a distance; vista
  7. a picture employing this technique, esp. one in which it is prominent
  8. of or pertaining to the art of perspective, or represented according to its laws
[Origin: 1350–1400; ME < ML perspectīva (ars) optical (science), perspectīvum optical glass, n. uses of fem. and neut. of perspectīvus optical, equiv. to L perspect-, ptp. s. of perspicere to look at closely ]
 
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   Perspective Transformer Process

The Perspective Transformer Process is a framework to affect and sustain change in individuals and organizations. Each progressive tier of this framework works at a deeper level and establishes a greater, longer term affect on an individual's own productivity and effectiveness and their relationships with others.

The three tiers of this framework work as follows.

  • Tier 1: Effective interactions

  • Interactions between two or more people are a sequence of (often)quick responses betweent them. The most productive ones, whether in a work or personal situation, progress in a manner where one builds on another and the final outcome is a desired one for all parties. They generate positive emotions and energy. Ineffective or unproductive interactions result when the responses are driven by negative emotions and result in conflict or pain. You can influence your interactions with other people, if becoming upproductive, by
  •           i. Reorienting thoughts and inner speech driving emotional states
  •           ii. Asking appropriate questions to change mental-emotional patterns
  •           iii. Changing physiology by generating action

  • In effect, you bridge from a charged mental-emotional state to one that is balanced for effective communication.

  • Tier 2: Relationships

  • Interactions between two or more people are a sequence of (often)quick responses betweent them. The most productive ones, whether in a work or personal situation, progress in a manner where one builds on another and the final outcome is a desired one for all parties. They generate positive emotions and energy. Ineffective or unproductive interactions result when the responses are driven by negative emotions and result in conflict or pain. You can influence your interactions with other people, if becoming upproductive, by
  •           i. Listening effectively, conciliating and empathizing with their mental-emotional state
  •           ii. Observing your own inner speech and making them conscious of theirs
  •           iii. Identifying and compensating for Cognitive Filters

  • In effect, you shift their thinking from being constrained by their defensive Cognitive Filters to being enhanced with motivating Cognitive Drivers.

  • Tier 3: Transformation

  • Interactions between two or more people are a sequence of (often)quick responses betweent them. The most productive ones, whether in a work or personal situation, progress in a manner where one builds on another and the final outcome is a desired one for all parties. They generate positive emotions and energy. Ineffective or unproductive interactions result when the responses are driven by negative emotions and result in conflict or pain. You can influence your interactions with other people, if becoming upproductive, by
  •           i. Peforming an assessment of the Cognitive Filters, the Desires and Attitudes that create them, and Acquired Beliefs and Values that sustain and reinforce the latter
  •           ii. Performing a Value Analysis of the impact of current mental-emotional drivers versus others that might result in desired life outcomes
  •           iii. Changing the conditioning factors that to align with desired states by reporgramming the Pain/Pleasure dynamic

  • In effect, you transform the perspective on life's experience from being constrained by held beliefs to being reinforced with growth and enlightenment.


For more details on how the Perspective Transformer Process works and workshops to learn techniques for affecting change in your life or your organization,
contact M. Mohan Shukla at Perspective Consuling Inc.