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A psychological fact is that manager development means change in the manager’s self-concept. Each of us, whether we realize it or not, has a self-image. We see ourselves in some way—smart, slow, kindly, well-intentioned, lazy, misunderstood, meticulous, or shrewd; we all can pick adjectives that describe ourselves. This is the “I” behind the face in the mirror, the “I” that thinks, dreams, talks, feels, and believes, the “I” that no one knows fully. In this article we will explore the meaning of the self-image, particularly in relation to changing behavior in growing managers, and how changes in self-concept come about.

One reason this self-concept is crucial is that it has a great deal to do with manager development—with being a growing person and eventually realizing one’s self-potential. Note the term manager development rather than management development; the purpose of such development is to help individual managers to grow. After all, they have to do most of the job themselves. As a member of a firm of consulting psychologists to management, I can report that fact from experience—and add the further observation that no one can tell managers exactly how to grow. Rather, the most one can do is to help managers understand themselves in their own situations, and then trust them to find the best directions themselves.

In the first place, the self-concept is important because everything we do or say, everything we hear, feel, or otherwise perceive, is influenced by how we see ourselves. For example:

A businessman, who had traveled in many parts of the world, was incorrigibly curious about the customs, speech, local places of interest, history, and traditions of any place he visited. However, on a one-week visit to London—his first—on a delicate mission for his company, he might just as well have been in Indianapolis for all he learned of English ways of life. Being on a business trip, he saw himself as a businessman, and actually perceived little of what was around him. But as a vacationer in London he would have seen England in depth, because he would have seen himself coming to London for that purpose.

Photographers often slip a reddish filter over the lens when snapping pictures of clouds on black and white film. The filter prevents some of the light rays from reaching the film, so that the final picture shows much darker skies and more sharply whitened clouds. The self-concept is like a filter that screens out what we do not want to hear and see, passes through what we do want to see and hear. In the reverse direction, it gives an idiosyncratic flavor to our behavior. Don’t we all usually pick our name out of a jumble of words on a page? Or hear our name announced at an airport amidst all of the other announcements that we fail to hear? This is called selective listening, and it is a function of our self-concept. Thus, how we see ourselves determines generally what we react to, what we perceive, and, in broad terms, how we behave in general.

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John Brennan, director de la CIA entre 2013 y 2017, estalló en su cuenta de Twitter, acusando al presidente de traición. “La actuación de Donald Trump en la rueda de prensa de Helsinki excede los delitos graves y faltas. No ha sido menos que traición. No solo los comentarios de Trump fueron estúpidos, sino que está completamente en el bolsillo de Putin. Patriotas republicanos, ¿dónde estáis?”, escribió.

Muchos republicanos expresaron su estupefacción, empezando por el senador de Arizona Jeff Flake, un crítico habitual del presidente, quien calificó de vergonzosa la actuación. “Nunca creí que vería a un presidente estadounidense subirse a una tarima con el presidente ruso y echar la culpa a EE UU de una agresión rusa”. El presidente de la Cámara de Representantes, Paul Ryan, consideró que “no hay duda de que Rusia interfirió en las elecciones de 2016” y que no “hay una equivalencia moral entre EE UU y Rusia”. El senador John McCain calificó la actuación de Trump como una “de las más vergonzosas en la historia por parte de un presidente de EE UU. El daño infligido por el egoísmo e ingenuidad de los autócratas de Trump es difícil de calcular. Pero está claro que la cumbre de Helsinki ha sido un trágico error”, dijo. El senador Lindsey Graham advirtió de que Rusia vería la reacción de Trump como un acto de debilidad. Y son significativas las críticas vertidas por periodistas de la cadena conservadora Fox. El presentador Neil Cavuto tachó la actitud de Trump de asquerosa y su colega Abby Huntsman señaló que “ninguna negociación hace que valga la pena lanzar a tu gente bajo las ruedas de un autobús”.

Donald Trump’s press conference performance in Helsinki rises to exceeds the threshold of “high crimes misdemeanors.” It was nothing short of treasonous. Not only were Trump’s comments imbecilic, he is wholly in the pocket of Putin. Republican Patriots: Where are you???

Este lunes en Helsinki Trump dio al presidente ruso la misma credibilidad que a los servicios de inteligencia estadounidenses, a los republicanos del Congreso, a su secretario de Estado, Mike Pompeo, y a su consejero de Seguridad Nacional, John Bolton. “Lo único que puedo hacer es formular la pregunta. Muchos dicen que creen que es Rusia. El presidente Putin dice que no es Rusia. Yo diré esto: no veo razón alguna de por qué debe ser así. Yo quiero ver el servidor. Tengo confianza en ambas partes”, afirmó en la rueda de prensa conjunta.

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[Verse 1]Love was changin' the mind of pretendersWhile chasin' the clouds awayOur hearts were ringin'In the key that our souls were singin'As we danced in the night, rememberHow the stars stole the night away, oh, yeah yeah yeah[Chorus][Bridge]Ba duda, ba duda, ba duda, baduBa duda, badu, ba duda, baduBa duda, badu, ba duda[Verse 2]My thoughts are with youHoldin' hands with your heart to see youOnly and love, rememberHow we knew love was here to stayNow, December found the love that we shared in SeptemberOnly blue talk and love, rememberThe true love we share today

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This 1978 hit became number one on the U.S. RB chart and reached the eighth position on the Billboard Hot 100. It was written by Maurice White, Al McKay, and Allee Willis.


What makes the song important?

This is an iconic Earth, Wind Fire song from 1978. Not only was the song a commercial hit, it was the first song released on EWF’s label ARC. It was the first track that songwriter Allee Willis co-wrote for the band. She’d go on to pen more tracks for the band and become a successful songwriter and artist in subsequent years.

And everybody knows: this song has a to leave people smiling when they hear it. Allee Willis–who co-produced the song–described it as “Joyful music.”

What have the artists said about the song?

Songwriter Allee Willis remembered first hearing the intro to the song when she walked in the studio. She told :

About the “bada-ya” lyrics in the chorus, she added:

As I open the door, they had just written the intro to ‘September.’ And I just thought, ‘Dear God, let this be what they want me to write!’ Cause it was obviously the happiest-sounding song in the world.

The, kind of, go-to phrase that Maurice used in every song he wrote was ‘ba-dee-ya,’ so right from the beginning he was singing, ‘Ba-dee-ya, say, do you remember / Ba-dee-ya, dancing in September.’ And I said, ‘We are going to change 'ba-dee-ya’ to real words, right?‘ And finally, when it was so obvious that he was not going to do it, I just said, 'What the f- – - does 'ba-dee-ya’ mean?‘ And he essentially said, 'Who the f- – - cares?’ I learned my greatest lesson ever in songwriting from him, which was never let the lyric get in the way of the groove.

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