With a good understanding of how we relate to others, we can adjust our behavior so that we deal with them positively. By understanding what upsets us, we can improve our self control. And by understanding our weaknesses, we can learn how to manage them, and reach our goals despite them.
However, it’s difficult to be objective when we think about ourselves, and how others actually see us can be quite different from what we think they see.
There are ways in which people can develop self-awareness on their own. However, coaching can be a better way of helping people view their own actions and reactions objectively, so it’s useful for helping people to build self-awareness.
In this article we look at six approaches that you can use to help others build this self-awareness.
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