Effective Interactions commercializes the innovative communications
and interaction theories of Dr. Jeannie Kahwajy. In the future, we hope
to offer a more thorough on-line introduction to these theories, but that is
presently beyond the scope of this website. We apologize for any
inconvenience and invite interested clients to email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The general basis of interaction theory rests upon the notion that all
interactions between or among people operate over several different
communication channels simultaneously. Most executives (and people
generally) operate in what Dr. Kahwajy called "channel one."
Effective Interactions seminars and executive coaching engagements
are designed to introduce participants to "channel two"
communications. Channel two communication can augment or supplant
channel one communication, conferring considerable benefits on those
involved in the interaction.
Interestingly, it is possible for a single participant in an
interaction to adopt channel two behavior and successfully alter the
communication dynamic, even when interacting with someone stuck in
channel one mode. This permits applicability of these techniques far
beyond the traditional approaches which pre-suppose an alteration of
behavior by both parties.