The New Political Leader

The New Political Leader can choose 3 Models to lead people.

Classic Model:

He  either identifies people’s Maslow needs, compacts them to “some” core values, according to a “some” political ideology and then communicates them in such a GENERALIZATION that almost EVERYONE is finding himself in the Political Leader’s words…

Avatar Model:

Or the Political Leader just creates an Avatar of the desired voter,  based on some (mind reading) needs, outcomes, purposes, intentions (NOPI) and uses this Avatar to get to the real voter (goto link).

EVERY person has his OWN way of understanding/ representing reality (goto link). And these persons might not have a specific NOPI in their life. Or too many… (goto link)

New Model:

The New Political Leader uses a new acquired competence of integrating the voters NOPI-s  (both at conscious and unconscious level  i-NOPI) (goto link).
And by aligning his NOPI to the integrated i-NOPI of future voters creates a sustainable chain of resources for his future high performance state actions (goto link).

 

My comment:

A short, medium & long consequences check (social /natural ecology) is performed before the i-NOPI (goto link).

TWO NOMINALISATIONS IN TWO WORDS & TWO MOVIES: INTENTION & RESPONSIBILITY

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