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Monthly Archives: June 2013

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The Importance Of Understanding Your Personal Communication Style

Everybody Has a Personal Communication Style

Having at least a basic understanding of your own style is very important to building better relationships in your personal and professional life. You may find yourself in situations where someone’s communication style clashes with your own, leading to conflict in the workplace. Alternatively, you may have a communication style that other people find difficult to understand, which means that you could struggle to get your message across.

“Good communication opens doors… and poor communication closes them. Communication is the single most important key to success in the workplace. If you can’t communicate with confidence and credibility, you may get passed over for promotions, have a difficult time relating to coworkers and colleagues, and bear the brunt of misunderstandings and mistakes.” Fred Pryor Seminars – Professional Communication: What Message Are You Sending Continue reading

Understanding and Improving Interpersonal Effectiveness

What Is Interpersonal Effectiveness?

Interpersonal effectiveness is hugely important in professional and personal lives. But what exactly is meant by the term “interpersonal effectiveness”? It is one of those buzzwords that you will hear frequently at job interviews and we often feel compelled to say that our interpersonal effectiveness is really high, even if we don’t necessarily know what it means. The definition of Interpersonal Effectiveness is:

“Interpersonal effectiveness is a skill that helps you ask for what you want in a situation, keep good relationships, and maintain self-respect. However, this is also a skill which may or may not come naturally to us and, therefore, might have to be taught or learned. The status of our relationships is directly linked to our emotions and our mood, so maintaining healthy relationships is essential to being emotionally healthy overall.”
Quoted from Southeast Psyche by Becky Thomson

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