Attitude & Factors of Success by Simone Hoferer

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About the Lecture

The lecture Attitude & Factors of Success by Simone Hoferer is from the course Risk Management (RM): Project Stage. It contains the following chapters:

  • Objective of this chapter
  • 4 fields of competence
  • Intercultural awareness
  • Johari window
  • Attitudes beats tools
  • 3 energies
  • Basic attitude
  • Approach to solving problems

Included Quiz Questions

  1. Professional, social, personal and realisation competence
  2. Professional, social, personal and revolution competence
  3. Programming, social, personal and realisation competence
  4. Professional, sociological, personal and realisation competence
  1. It implies that human action is to a great part not consciously determined.
  2. In intercultural situations the not visible, the unconscious, parts may collide. Therefore, a crisis often occurs in blind spots.
  3. Unconscious and conscious parts are equally big.
  4. In intercultural situations the visible, the conscious, parts may collide. Therefore, a crisis often occurs in blind spots.
  5. It implies that we should focus on the visible parts of an iceberg to avert collisions.
  1. In conflicts mainly the conscious and known areas collide.
  2. In conflicts only the vulnarable spots which are known collide.
  3. In conflicts the whole personalities collide and it is important to point out the blind spots of the other person.
  4. In conflicts mainly the unconscious and unknown areas collide.
  1. Your perception of reality not true, it is tinged with your previous experience. Therefore, you should assume that reality could be totally different.
  2. Rid the turf. Be alert but flexible.
  3. Go with the flow. Adjust your behaviour to that of others and follow the crowd.
  4. Try to see only the positive effects of a crisis and block out the possible negative outcomes.
  1. Hard energy (set fast and clear limits), soft energy (high level of empathy) and humor (when nobody else dares to)
  2. Hard energy (get loud and consult lawyer), soft energy (high level of empathy) and humor (when nobody else dares to)
  3. Hard energy (set fast and clear limits), soft energy (speak softly and agree to anything) and humor (when nobody else dares to)
  4. Hard energy (set fast and clear limits), soft energy (high level of empathy) and humble (be obedient)
  1. Train to consistent, persistent as well as reliable.
  2. Be respectful, open and authentic. Try to think logically.
  3. Establish patience, calmness, ease and composure. Trust your intuition.
  4. Trust in yourself and your abilities but also do the same about others.
  5. Be not too humorous because it might distract you and others at work.
  1. Solve problems as long as they are small.
  2. Behind each difficult behaviour lies a positive intention, which cannot be shown in a better manner.
  3. If something does not work – try something else instead.
  4. Ignore the problems as long as possible. They will dissolve in most cases by themself.
  5. Solve problems when they are getting big.

Author of lecture Attitude & Factors of Success

 Simone Hoferer

Simone Hoferer


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Excerpts from the accompanying material

... of chapter 5: > Impulses for beneficial attitude > To get to ...

... on others. Be open & authentic. Be attentive, observe what´s real, be humorous. Query critical & with logic (is that really ...

... Solve problems as long as they are small. I don´t need to win over every person ...

... always could have be done better, however the overall result counts). Honor bosses and seniors. ...

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