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He Said, She Said--So Who Do We Believe-----COMMUNICATION

Published on 7/14/2017
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Ways to Improve Communication 

Understanding is the KEY to communication. Understanding requires active listening.

Concentrate on what is being said, not the delivery of the message.

Be open to whatever is being said, without judgment - don't form an opinion, just listen.

Make sure you understand what the speaker means:

I think what you said was …,

What I hear you saying is …,



Increase Understanding


Be Specific

Useful – “I think it is good because …

Not useful – “That is good.”

In order to lead or manage others, you need to master your communication skills.

Hone your communication skills in order to deal with difficult people, influence others,

confidently speak in public at a moment's notice,

Body Language

Do not shy away from the person with whom you are speaking.

Be sure to maintain a relaxed, but not slouching posture, regardless whether you are the one speaking or listening.


Making eye contact.

 Nodding occasionally to acknowledge a strong point in the conversation.

Standing with hands clasped in front of you, never crossing your arms.

Not displaying nervous ticks such as wringing hands, picking at your nails,

or anything that the person communicating with you will view as a distraction from their conversation.

Speech and Attentiveness

When speaking, you need to be clear and concise.

Speak on important matters directly and do not waste time

with long drawn out stories that will cause your listener’s mind to wander.

Make sure you ask whether they understand, and be willing to further explain



During your communications with others always give them time

to communicate their issues as well. Remaining focused on what they

are trying to communicate will show them that you are indeed open to

assisting with their issues

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