Amity Business School

Amity Business School
MBA, Semester 2 Behavioural Science- II Ms. Anshu Yadav

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(c) like no other man" .Amity Business School Every man is in certain respects (a) like all other men. (b) like some other men.

Amity Business School Individual Differentiation • Gender • Intellectual • Personality .

Amity Business School Self-Disclosure Revealing intimate info or feelings about oneself with another person .

Amity Business School Types of self Disclosure • Deliberate • Unavoidable • Accidental • Client’s deliberate action .

Reasons for self-disclosure – Social approval – Relationship development – Self-expression – Self-clarification Amity Business School • We like people most whose self-disclosure is reciprocal and gradual .

Self-Disclosure (cont’d) • Risks associated w/ self control – Indifference – Rejection – Loss of control – Betrayal Amity Business School • Do women or men self-disclose more? Why? .

Intimacy Amity Business School • Intimacy is created when we perceive another person as being responsivepaying attention to us and reacting in a supportive relationship • A daily diary study: The more participants engaged in meaningful talk & the more they felt understood & appreciated. the more connected & intimate they felt to their partners .

Conflict Amity Business School • Should conflict be avoided in close relationships? • Is it always bad? • Even in best relationships conflict is inevitable • It is the process that occurs when the actions of one person interferes with the actions of another .

Amity Business School Using effective communication technique to reduce conflict • • • • • The defusing technique Empathy Exploration Using ‘I’ statement Stroking .

When it occurs reciprocally. When it is timed to fit what is happening.Self-Disclosure Amity Business School • When Is Self-Disclosure Appropriate? – Luft (1969) proposes the following guidelines: 1. 7. When it moves by relatively small increments. When it is a function of the ongoing relationship. When it concerns what is going on within and between persons in the present. . 2. When it is confirmable by the other person. 5. 4. 6. 3. When the context is mutually shared.

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