Palmistry psychology at work means seeing your colleagues’ hidden personality traits. Just by looking at their hands. It’s easier than you think.
You can use this ancient art to accurately describe your co-workers just by looking at their hands. I have studied palmistry for many years and first started reading palms when I was 15. At 21 I started reading palms every weekend at the famous Covent Garden Market in London for two years. I have learnt so much from reading thousands of palms since then, and my huge library of palmistry books.
Palmistry psychology at work is really possible if you can get a good look at your co-worker’s hands. (Perhaps when they are gesticulating. Or giving a demonstration. Or holding their hands up saying “Don’t come any closer Colette – I’m having a moment.“)
Sneak a look at their palms and fingers. Notice the lines, hand shape and size, the way their hold their digits. You are about to become a palmistry detective.
Why use palmistry psychology at work?
Palmistry is ideal for character analysis. Once you understand someone well they are so much easier to work with. Your colleague’s true character will influence your working relationship: for better or worse. Knowing how to handle your boss and team mates (manage upwards and sideways) is a great way to ensure all your hard work is not in vain.
Using palmistry psychology at work helps you to pre-empt any misunderstandings. You can respond to problems arising in your working relationship and improve interpersonal communication in a more detached way.
Everyone puts on their best appearance at work. For example, they want to keep up the professional image they gave in their job interview. Therefore, the persona that your colleague projects may not be their true character.
That jovial humourous person you met at interview has just suprised you with a scathing critique of your work. Is she a secret perfectionist? Her hands will tell you.
That uptight manager who micro-manages you secretly loves to go out clubbing and has a wild side. How do you know? His hands will give you the clues.
At the very least, using palmistry psychology at work should validate your intuition. For example, if your work chum says one thing but does another, look at their little finger. If it is very curved they may be used to telling little white lies. This does not mean they are a bad person. Perhaps they hold back their opinions to save your feelings or avoid conflict.
It is much easier not to take co-workers’ behaviour personally when you recognise an innate character trait in the palm. You might realise your line manager ALWAYS notices small details/is hard to pin down/worries about everything/has a temper [delete as appropriate].
Hoorah! palmistry psychology at work confirms it’s not personal. You are not going mad. Using palmistry psychology at work boosts your self esteem and increases your ability to detach from difficult situations.
When you’ve just stepped onto the first rung of the career ladder or you are already a big boss yourself, you can use these 30 free palmistry psychology at work tips to understand your employees and co-workers.
This article is copyright Amy Garner © 2o15.
Palmistry Psychology at Work: 30 quick tips download
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Your free PDF cheat sheet illustrates how to spot the following character traits:
- Action, dynamic
- Attention to detail
- Concealed feelings
- Conscientious, sense of responsibility
- Cool, aloof, unemotional
- Day dreamer
- Depression, prone to
- Diplomatic, bends truth, little white lies
- Diplomatic, see both sides
- Excessive /self indulgent
- Expressive, outspoken
- Goal-oriented, gets things done
- Good team worker, collaborative
- Imaginative, creative
- Immature or childlike (in private)
- Indecisive/sees many options
- Inspired ideas
- Planner, like structure
- Quick decision making
- Risk taker
- Sceptical, cynical
- Sees life in big pictures, never reads the small print
- Self critical, perfectionist
- Sense of humour at work, versus;
- Sense of humour at home
- Responsible manager
- Short attention span, needs variety
- Slow decision-making, needs time to reflect
- Timing, works well to deadlines
- Worrier, anxious
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