Face reading can give you 4 decisive business advantages in the workplace:
Knowing who to hire
According to Zappos CEO Tony Hsieh, one bad hire can lead to a domino effect of more bad hires and decisions costing a company millions. He estimates his own bad hires have cost Zappos “well over $100 million.”
Imagine the increased effectiveness of hiring practices that help screen potential hires with problematic personalities that could lead to avoidable interpersonal conflict or caused major workplace disruptions. Standard hiring techniques like a résumé and interview can hide important weakness and in some cases relevant strengths.
Managing expectations makes one a better manager
Face reading helps a manager avoid the stress that comes from either over or under estimating the psychological needs of the people they work with. These misplaced expectations create stress for both the manager and the employee and affects everybody involved’s ability to perform optimally and with satisfaction. In fact, whether a coworker is above or below them in the chain of command; understanding a person’s psychological boundaries and emotional capacity would help a manager develop better interpersonal skills.
Becoming expert in delegating workload and putting together teams
Face reading gives insight in to an individual’s propensities, strengths and weaknesses. Having this information would help you to make better decision about how to utilize and engage others, whether you are putting together a team or have to manage any group of people.
Executive training windfall
An executive trained by an expert in face reading is better equipped to manage challenging personalities, competitors, antagonistic board members, investors, etc…
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3 more ways to gain Insight into all relationships
Knowing strengths and weaknesses
Face reading can positively impact relationships both inside and outside of work. Relationship issues like new friendships, romance, guiding children, meeting potential partners can be improved by the increased insight to the person’s psychological profile. When looking at a person, the face reader can quickly surmise character, personality traits, strengths and weaknesses. This goes a long way toward answering the first issue, “Should I be involved with this person?”
Going further into the potential of a relationship you may want to know, “What is my compatibility with this person, or how can I best interact with them?” At this stage, you can become the subject of face reading. You can use face readings to develop a clearer picture of who you are and what your principle roles in life might be. This process teaches you to be both constructively self-aware and mission oriented.
Face reading can also help in a crucial aspect of developing and maintaining relationships: dialogue. The key to dialogue is your ability to ask questions, and good questioning requires being able to gauge the responses you get and use that feedback to dig deeper into the psyche and emotional needs of the person you are communicating with. Better communication skills mean more effective relationships. Face reading gives you the opportunity to become even more than an empathic listener. It allows you to become an insightful listener. In terms of communication skill sets, this is like the difference between being an average interested person and being Sherlock Holmes.