Quantum Communication

By Christina Kaya

I recently went to see the play Copenhagen, by Michael Frayn. This Tony Award-winning play stages the meeting between two Nobel laureates to discuss their role in the development of the atomic bomb. They brilliantly reveal how their actions and interactions with others were driven by their beliefs about the world.

While some communication training is geared to achieve a higher level of skills, 'quantum leaps' in the way people communicate require an examination of beliefs. A person's beliefs about themselves, other people and the world drive their choices in the way they interact with others. For example, consider the following three statements:

I believe that when I walk into a room:

  1. No one will notice.
  2. I add to the energy of the room.
  3. I change the room with my presence

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