Which barrier(s) to self-perception presents the most challenge in an organizational context?
Throughout this course, you will have many opportunities to respond to other people’s opinions and comments. After you have completed the Reading for the week, respond to the questions below. Discussion responses should be on topic, original writing, contribute to the quality of the Discussion by making frequent informed references to course materials and the course textbook (include proper APA in-text citations), and be a minimum of 200 words in length. Please refer to your Discussion Rubric for grading details.
Overcoming Barriers to Perception
Perception involves how we think and feel about the world around us. However, our self-concept deals with how we think and feel about whom and what we are. Our self-concept, much like our perceptions, will shape our communication.
For this Discussion, please respond to the following:
- Which barrier(s) to self-perception do you think present the most challenge to you in an organizational context? Please identify at least two.
- Based on the readings, how could you apply some of the guidelines to overcoming the aforementioned perceptual barriers?
Perception is considered as the aspect of organizing, identifying, and interpreting information concerning a topic. Perception is as well considered as the approach to understanding information. Self-perception is, therefore, the way people think and feel about the information they receive. Self-perception can influence a conversation based on the beliefs or feelings attached to a discussion or someone. However, self-perception can be affected by barriers that hinder communication and the interpretation of information (Jones, 2013). For instance, perception barriers inhibit the elements of attaining the awareness of a situation or communication.