Tag: Emotional Intelligence
The ‘Good Cop/Bad Cop’ approach, initially a law enforcement strategy, involves two contrasting personas to strategically influence outcomes. Its adoption in various professional contexts underlines its psychological basis and the critical role of ethical consideration in its application.
Stemming from Western societies in the late 20th century, Safetyism emphasizes the priority given to physical and emotional safety. Its reach extends from educational methodologies to policy frameworks, reflecting a societal shift towards heightened protection.
In psychology, the “Comfort Zone” represents a space of familiarity and control, producing steady outcomes. Defined by individual routines, its perimeters encompass areas of beneficial challenges and heightened anxiety.