The human brain is programmed to pull disparate bits of information together and to do everything it can to make sense of chaos to create a "whole" that it finds comprehensible. This is the essence of Gestaltism, the need for the brain to fill in blanks in search of solutions. This is a very important concept for communicators, for educators and for marketers to understand and to use in their lives and careers. The video slideshow offers ten organizational patterns that the brain loves because they make it easy to understand anything. These patterns let you more easily communicate with, and persuade, anyone. Information is drawn from the eBook Think Well & Proser, by Steve Bareham, Selkirk College. The book is available at all online eBook retailers.
Criticalthinking , Organizationalpatterns , Persuasiontechniques , Stevebareham , ThinkWell and Prosper
15 months ago