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Sets of skills
Listening skills
A posture of involvement
Appropriate body motion
Eye Contact
Non-distracting environment
Psychological attention
Following skills
Door openers (1/2)
Door openers (2/2)
Minimal encourages
Infrequent questions
Attentive silence
Paraphrasing
Reflecting feelings
Reflecting meanings
Summative reflections
Words: imprecise vehicles
Guesswork
Presenting problem
Listeners are easily distracted
Filters distort what heard
Facial expressions
Vocal clues
Improve Listening
When to listen reflectively
When not to listen reflectively
The behavior continuum
Submissive behavior
Effective assertion
Three-part assertion message
Little things
Misattributed assertion
Emotion substituting
Tangible effect on the asserter
Recommended process
Alternatives of collaboration
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The Theory of Interpersonal Skills

The Theory of Interpersonal Skills

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The Theory of Interpersonal Skills
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