如何运用你的声音十分重要 与其他元素相比 声音是由语言驱动
How you use your voice is really important and it’s really driven by context more than
anything else, and your tone of voice will immediately begin to impact somebody’s mood
and immediately how their brain functions.
事实上 现在有科学数据显示 好心情
There’s actually scientific data out there now that shows us that our brains will work
up to 31 percent more effectively if we’re in a good mood.
So if I smile at you and you see it or you can hear a smile in someone’s voice, if I
如果我对你下意识微笑 你会明白我对你的好感 并且这些积极信息能够
automatically smile at you and you can hear that I like you, I will actually be able to
被大脑接收 好似拨动了一个开关 让你心情更好
reach into your brain, flip the positive switch, it puts you in a better mood there
are mirror neurons in our brain that we have no control over; they automatically respond.
And if I intentionally put you in a good mood your brain will be working more effectively
and that already begins to increase the chances that you’re going to collaborate with me.
You’ll be smarter and you’ll like me more at the same time.
Now upward and downward inflexion, downward inflexion is often used to say this is the
way it is; there’s no other way.
And I will say it exactly like that.
If there is a term in a contract that there’s no movement on and I want you to know it and
感受到 而不需人直说 有可能
feel it without me having to say there’s no movement on this, which maybe you want to
你很想对着某人大喊大叫 做这无用功 因为此种情况会引发大脑的一个不同部位
yell at somebody and that’s ineffective because that triggers a different part of the brain
and makes people angry and they want to fight.
And I’ve done this in contract negotiations.
I’ve said things like, “We don’t do work for hire,” just like that.
It lets the other side know there’s no movement whatsoever.
在谈判中 我也许会需要调动出对方更渴望合作的态度 如果我想问你一个问题
I also may need to put you in a more collaborative frame of mind and if I want to ask you a question
I’ll say something like it seems like this is important to you and I’ll inflect up.
It’s more driven by context.
And I can use an upward inflection to encourage you and smile while I’m questioning you.
And that will make you feel less attacked by being questioned because people are made
to feel a little bit defensive when they’re question anyway.
So if I know if I have to question you, if I want you to think about a different option
then I’m going to be as encouraging as possible while I may be very assertive at the same time.
The mirroring that I teach is not the same as the way most people think of mirroring.
Most people when they think of mirroring they think mirroring body language, mirroring tone
of voice, even using the same words.
It’s not that at all.
The mirroring that I teach is much more simplistic and interestingly enough has a great impact
on how the other person interacts with you.
And it’s just repeating the last one to three words that they’ve said word for word, one
to three words or it’s repeating a selected one to three words.
And what it really does is it helps connect people’s thoughts.
There will almost never be a time when you mirrored the last three words of what someone
said when they want to go on and explain and reword and expand.
And that mirror what is just done as it helps give you a better understanding of what the
other person is trying to say.
It also gives you more time to think.
It’s a way to buy time in a negotiation for yourself.
The other person doesn’t see you buying time in any way shape or form.
It’s a great way when you don’t know what to say or where to go to keep them talking
in a way that they’re very comfortable with.
One of my clients actually mirrors his counterpart’s positions every single time.
Every time they make a statement on a position he simply mirrors it.
They’ll repeat it and they’ll expand it and every time he does that it also gives him
a good feel for whether or not they’re really stable in that position or whether there’s
quite a bit of softness in a position completely based on how they reword and responded to his mirror.
So a mirror is a great way to keep somebody else talking very comfortably.
The F word in negotiations is fair.
Fair is the F bomb.
And when you begin to look for it it’s stunning in how many negotiations somebody drops the
F bomb in the negotiation.
And when somebody says we just want what’s fair, that’s actually a really bad sign.
One of two things is going on: now the cutthroat negotiators know how much I can punch your
buttons if I say I’ve given you a fair offer and that will immediately put you on the defensive
and make you worry about whether or not you’re being fair, and most people have an extinctive
feeling about fair price, fair market.
Fair is like this incredibly overused term in negotiations, I just want what’s fair,
what’s the fair market price.
So if I say I’ve given you a fair offer and I’m accusing you of being unfair I immediately
knocked you back on your heels.
It’s a way for me to gain an advantage on you, if I’m that kind of a negotiator.
The flipside of that is maybe I’ve been assertive enough in the negotiations and I haven’t been
using enough tactical empathy that the other person feels like I’m taking, taking, taking
他们就会以 只想知道什么叫公平 来回应
from them and they’ll respond with, “I just want what’s fair.”
That may be someone genuinely telling me, very indirectly, that they feel I’ve been
far too aggressive.
And if they feel I’ve been aggressive and if they feel treated unfairly, one of two
things is going to happen: they’re either going to walk away from a great deal or they’re
going to make implementation painful.
And when implementation of a negotiation is painful, when they drag their feet, when they
don’t make deadlines, when they don’t deliver the product quality they’re supposed to deliver,
when they’re not as thorough and paying as much attention to detail because they didn’t
feel it was a fair deal, they’ll destroy your profit.
So you have to really keep an eye out for the F bomb in negotiations.
And when somebody else feels they’ve been treated unfairly they’re probably going to
hurt you over it.
如何运用你的声音十分重要 与其他元素相比 声音是由语言驱动