A rough translation of a 14th century monastic scribe suggests that ambiguity was invented because the romans were ruling the world too well. When ambiguity was introduced, all their commands went astray.
Plan of action
Ambiguity causes havoc in communications. Due to our cultural upbringing and our conditioning, we perceive the world differently to everyone else. Our clear as crystal instructions are clear as mud to other people. By developing contrast skills, we will learn to chip away at the edge of our perceptive world and see a much bigger picture.
How to identify workplace ambiguity tell tale signs.
How to overcome the 4 most common types of ambiguity in a workplace.
How to communicate with clarity.
How to appreciate the influence of contrast.
How to understand the cognitive urge to chunk information.
How to identify people who use ambiguity as a tool to not comply.
How to get ‘task saboteurs’ to follow instructions.
How to appreciate different decision-making styles.