The use of language to manage the Unicist Standard


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The use of the Unicist Standard requires managing language as a reasoning tool. The research on the unicist ontology of languages, among other aspects, explains the functionality that is implicit in the use of words.

It is one of the greatest discoveries made at The Unicist Research Institute in the field of human behavior. The results of this research helped to diagnose reality based on the facts that are implicit in what is said.

Conflict management turns to be functional when words that are being used are functionally hollow, contents are clear and objective and there is an ambiguity management that allows for conflict solving.

The hollowness of words defines the context to manage conflicts.

Being aware of the nature of a conflict is a key factor to learn to use the right kind of words in conflict management. And this means using those words that are functional to a situation at the right time. This is not a question of good or bad, it’s a question of functionalities.

The Unicist Ontology of Language provides a model to understand the nature of a communication process to profit from an early diagnosis to make decisions.

Download and print the Visual Guide to the Unicist Standard in Business at: https://www.unicist.net/management/wp-content/uploads/2010/01/unicist_standard_guide_en.pdf

You can find information on the Unicist Standard  in the Unicist Business Search Engine: http://www.unicist.com

Request more information: n.i.brown@unicist.org

Your comments are welcome.

Peter  Belohlavek

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