ABOUT THE MODEL
This is one of 5 models in the Directive Communication™ Identity system. It organizes of the different colors of the brain in classification of “genetic neuro-processing”. This defines the way each person experiences their environment and takes in and interprets information, which results in specific ways of perceiving and evaluating events and situations. Besides identifying an individual’s genetic brain processing it indicates additional “learned” brain flexibility and areas where one may have difficulty in communicating with others. By identifying the fundamental patterns in the way our brain genetically functions, we overcome misunderstanding, conflict, and wastage of individual and group potential.
HOW THIS APPLIES TO CHILDREN
For children the Brain Flexibility is less developed and the processes are more apparent over a larger percentage of a control group, this was one of the finding of the study. As parents, we believe that supporting our child’s strengths usually supports Happier, healthier and more balanced adults. This means that forcing thinking processes that are unnatural will often have negative results. We believe that the objective is more important than the process… Thus, provide a clear objective of what you want you child to complete, achieve… Then ask your child how they would do it, if they have difficulty, suggest a few processes and see how they are accepted by your child, then ask again how they think the same objective could be achieved. and let your child try… Failure is GOOD, the learning process is stronger through failures than through successes. let them try again.
Identifying your own colored brain also helps in:
- Managing your expectations, as to create less frustration and more positive outcomes.
- Helping to set your children up for success instead of failure
- Acceptance of the different perceptions you may have that cause frustration and supporting more productive interactions with your children so they also can reduce frustrations in their futures
What is DC Psychology?
Directive Communication (DC) is a training and organizational development psychology developed by Arthur F. Carmazzi that affects how people act and react in teams and organizations. It is a foundational science for influencing team dynamics to cultivate high performance cooperative work culture and leadership across any discipline within an organization. The DC methodology incorporates the latest breakthroughs in motivational and genetic psychology, and applies them in improving groups and corporate culture, team development and work enhancement, and in high yield training development.
CBC – How Your Brain Communicates ?
By identifying the fundamental patterns in the way our brain genetically processes the world around us, we overcome misunderstanding, conflict, and wastage of individual and group potential. Awareness of these “Brain Communication” processes gives us the means to maximize our capacity to act intelligently, to Turbo Charge our natural girls and use them to maximize our ability to develop “software” for our brain to achieve greater competence across many disciplines. We are able to understand others at a deeper level and unleash greater potential for relationships at work and at home, for easier learning and teaching, and for greater harmony and cooperation with our environment and our teams.