Tuesday, May 1, 2012

Whose Framework?

"Does the WSJ article include the word, 'complex'."

"I don't know. Why do you ask?"

Talking points. Important framework control method. If a participant chooses to expand the scope outside said items, take remedial action (ignore, redirect, query motives, personal attacks etc.) One can be trained to implement the practice without being consciously aware of the trainer's secret agenda.

His training was from a school called 'constructive confrontation' as memory serves. Choosing a framework's talking points achieved de facto leadership of that conversation.

"Seems outside the scope of the original intent.

"For another time but very much related, the subject of passive disruption as it relates to the talking points manipulation."

© 2012 Buzz Hill

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