• INTERNAL TALK 37: PSYCHOLOGY OF PERSUASION - DR. DUONG NGOC DUNG
    24/ 06/ 2022
    Persuasion skills are skills that each of us uses a lot in communication, work and daily life. Making friends or getting acquainted or building relationships all of these require the ability to convince the people around you to be friends with youfor instance, in a presentation, you have to convince teachers and colleagues to agree that your point of view is correct. To sign a contract with a partner, you have to convince it to be in their favor. However, not everyone is equally good at persuasion and some are born with a gift for speech, good critical thinking skills, a talent for using body language... and they are very persuasive. But at the same time, many people do not have this innate quality, so even if they are very sincere, it is difficult for the opposite person to believe. Focus on clarifying the 7 key principles of the art of persuasion: reciprocity, scarcity, authority, commitment, contrast, affection, and social proof. These principles have more or less influence on the psychology of others, causing them to comply with a certain request of theirs. These principles should be combined to make the greatest impact on the audience. It is not only the experts of persuasion who know and apply the principles of the art of persuasion. The talk "Psychology of Persuasion" by Dr. Duong Ngoc Dung with seemingly simple but subtle psychological principles helps you decipher the secrets to easily manage your emotions and thoughts as well as understand the feelings and thoughts of the other person. Thereby improving your ability to convince yourself in work, life or in relationships. Please watch the video of this talk via: Facebook: https://fb.watch/dJ2DaiJpH2/
  • INTERNAL TALK 36: NEGOTIATING ART - DR. DUONG NGOC DUNG
    24/ 06/ 2022
    The art of negotiation is a persuasive skill in the process of exchange on the basis of mutual benefits. This is considered as a means of helping the leader to convince the other party to agree to cooperate. Negotiation is one of the essential leadership skills, the art of negotiation helps us to see negotiation not only from the perspective of learning but also honing our experience over time. A successful negotiation would be when both parties agree to their terms, obligations and responsibilities to achieve the set goals. Negotiation is a fundamental element in businesses. Research in social psychology and behavioral economics has discovered seven key rules that can help leaders improve their negotiation skills. Rule #1: Every negotiation is negotiable Rule #2: Collect full information about negotiating partners Rule #3: Aim for Win/Win Negotiations Rule #4: Concessions should be based on the principle of exchange Rule #5: Increase the scope of negotiation step by step Rule #6: Give your partner a winning mentality Rule #7: Always ask questions Please watch the video of this talk via: Facebook: https://fb.watch/dJ2y1tIIg7/
  • INTERNAL TALK 35: NIETZSCHE PHILOSOPHY - DR. DUONG NGOC DUNG
    24/ 06/ 2022
    Friedrich Wilhelm Nietzsche was 19th century German philosopher whose writings reflected ideas of morality, religion, and science. His works were based upon ideas of good and evil and the end of religion in the modern world. His philosophy is mainly referred to as “existentialism”, a famous twentieth century philosophy focusing on man’s existential situation. In his works, Nietzsche questioned the basis of good and evil. He believed that heaven was an unreal place or “the world of ideas”. His ideas of atheism were demonstrated in works such as “God is dead”. He argued that the development of science and emergence of a secular world were leading to the death of Christianity. He is famous for uncompromising criticisms of traditional European morality and religion, as well as of conventional philosophical ideas and social and political pieties associated with modernity. Many of these criticisms rely on psychological diagnoses that expose false consciousness infecting people’s received ideas; for that reason, he is often associated with a group of late modern thinkers (including Marx and Freud) who advanced a “hermeneutics of suspicion” against traditional values. Please watch the video of this talk via: Facebook: https://fb.watch/dJ2v0VbkTL/
  • INTERNAL TALK 34: HOW TO USE YOUR LANGUAGE BETTER? - DR. DUONG NGOC DUNG
    24/ 06/ 2022
    Use the right language when communicating to achieve the highest efficiency. If you are like millions of people who often sit quietly in meetings, miss many promotion opportunities, stress in meetings, do not know what to say when facing superiors, often tell relatives things that you later regret, or never get the results you want in arguments… then this talk is the right choice for you! To achieve what you want, communication language is the first key. The effective use of language will certainly help you get what you want in the communication process in many aspects of life: family, friends, ... especially at work and in negotiations with partners. Please watch the video of this talk via: Facebook:https://fb.watch/dJ2qY96n3C/
  • INTERNAL TALK 33: PRESENTATION SKILL - DR. DUONG NGOC DUNG - MAY 16, 2022
    24/ 06/ 2022
    Presentation skills are the abilities one needs in order to deliver compelling, engaging, informative, transformative, educational, enlightening, and/or instructive presentations. Central to effective presentation skills are public speaking, tone of voice, body language, creativity, and delivery. Here are a few key elements to an effective presentation: Language: If you want your audience to understand your message, your language must be simple and clear. Use short words and short sentences. Do not use jargon unless you are certain that your audience understands it. In general, talk about concrete facts rather than abstract ideas. Body Language: When you are presenting, strong, positive body language becomes an essential tool in helping you build credibility, express your emotions, and connect with your listeners. It also helps your listeners focus more intently on you and what you're saying. Some people actually shake their heads "no" when they say "yes." Voice: to ensure that you get your points across, you must speak loudly and clearly enough that your listeners hear and understand what you are saying. Even a person in the furthest corner of a room should be able to comprehend your words without straining. Projecting your voice also helps your personality show. The combination of the above elements will make a successful presentation when kindly being noted that not all of these elements are appropriate for an individual presentation. In current modern society, communicating and presenting in front of a crowd is almost inevitable so don't let your anxiety and timidity affect and prevent your career path from developing. Please watch the video of this talk via: Facebook: fb.watch/phuong-phap-thuyet-trinh
  • INTERNAL TALK 32: WHY DO WE FAIL? - DR. DUONG NGOC DUNG - MAY 05, 2022
    24/ 06/ 2022
    Everyone desires to reach success and before studying the principles of success, it is necessary to understand the reasons of failure. Failure is not achieving the goal, maybe it is to fail in love, marriage, work... The two main reasons for failure are cognitive and emotional. In “The Psychology Of Human Misjudgement” by Charlie Munger, the author analyzes 24 cognitive errors and can be summarized into four cognitive errors: A false self-perception means being overconfident in oneself, which leads to an illusion of one's own abilities and failure to communicate with others. Having the right self-awareness helps you make the right choices and decisions that are right for you Misperception of others, blindness in seeing others stemming from a false perception of self Misperception about relationships, which is a mistake about the nature of the relationship, causes unnecessary conflicts Misperception of the actual situation is the failure to focus on the present situation Emotional intelligence plays an important role in success. Emotional intelligence can be trained and enhanced through adulthood. American psychologist Daniel Goleman identifies five characteristics of emotional intelligence: Know yourself Control yourself Enthusiasm Sympathetic Communication skills Emotion management is the ability to perceive and manage your emotions and know the emotions of those around you. People who have the ability to manage emotions will clearly understand the feelings of others, thereby adjusting the appropriate impact behavior. Please watch the video of this talk: Facebook: fb.watch/tai-sao-chung-ta-that-bai
  • INTERNAL TALK 31: THE SCAMPER TECHNIQUE – DR. DUONG NGOC DUNG - APRIL 25, 2022
    24/ 06/ 2022
    The SCAMPER Technique is a team brainstorming technique used to develop or improve products or services. SCAMPER is standing for Substitute, Combine, Adapt, Modify/Magnify, Purpose, Eliminate/Minimize and Rearrange/Reverse. Substitute: The substitute technique focuses on the parts in the product, service or solution that can be replaced with another. During this part of the discussion the meeting attendees focus on making decisions to substitute part of the process with another. Combine: The combine technique tends to analyze the possibility of merging two ideas, stages of the process or product in one single more efficient output. In some cases, combining two innovative ideas can lead to a new product or technology which leads to market strength. For example, merging phone technology with digital cameras produced a new revolutionary product in the telecommunications industry. Adapt: Adapt refers to a brainstorming discussion that aims to adjust or tweak product or service for a better output. This adjustment can range between minor changes to radical changes in the whole project. Adaption is one of the efficient techniques to solve problems through enhancing the existing system. Modify, Magnify, maximize, minimize: The modify technique refers to changing the process in a way that unleashes more innovative capabilities or solves problems. This change is more that just adjustment as it focuses on the overall process. In this sense, it can target reducing the project’s process or change our perspective of how to look at the problem. Put to another use (purpose): This technique concerns how to put the current product or process in another purpose or how to use the existing product to solve problems. For example, this technique can be used to learn how to shift an existing product to another market segment or user type. Eliminate or minimize: As the name implies, this technique aims to identify the parts of the process that can be eliminated to improve the process product or service. It also helps to explore the unnecessary parts of the project. Reverse, reengineer, or rearrange: Finally, the reverse or rearrange technique aims to explore the innovative potential when changing the order of the process in the production line. Reversing the process or part of it can help solving problems or produce more innovative output. Please watch the video of this talk: Facebook: fb.watch/phuong-phap-tu-duy-sang-tao-scamper
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