"Successful Communication "

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    Regardless of the type of relationship you have with another person, it is essential that you be able to communicate effectively. This means you need to know how to deliver a message and how to listen to someone else’s message.

    When Doing the Talking

    * Be aware of your motivation. Know why you are beginning the conversation and what you want to accomplish.

    * Use "I" language.

    * Limit your conversation to one concern at a time. Discussions are often a form of criticism so be careful not to overwhelm your listener.

    * Choose the right time and place. Select a time and location (neutral turf) where there will not be interruptions, as well as, one in which you feel emotionally calm.

    * Temper criticism with praise. Always begin the conversation on a positive note and then move into the issue at hand.

    * Nurture small steps towards change. Change takes time so be patient. When you notice a change praise the other person.

    * Make specific requests. Share with the listener exactly what you want and/or expect.

    * Avoid "why" questions. "Why" puts people on the defense and is perceived as negative criticism.

    Rewording the question can be tricky but also save a lot of unnecessary arguing.

    * Express anger appropriately. Make certain you direct your anger toward the behavior or issue, not the person.

    * Listen. Pay close attention to the response(s) you receive. Then, think about what you want to say next before you actually open your mouth.

    When Doing the Listening

    * Empathize with the communicator. You don’t have to agree but express you care.

    * Paraphrase. Repeat back to the communicator what you heard in your own words.

    * Acknowledge the concern and find something to agree with. This does not mean you are saying the other person is right but rather that you understand the concern.

    * Ask clarifying questions. If you are confused, ask questions.

    * Express your feelings. Let the other person know how you feel about what has been shared.

    * Focus on future changes. You will both likely need to make some changes so discuss them and come to an agreement.

    Remember, in conversation to always…

    * Maintain eye contact.

    * Be aware of non-verbal messages. If you find someone looking away, fidgeting, avoiding feedback, yawning, or behaving in any way that clearly says, "I’m not listening," end the conversation and arrange a better time to meet and try again.

    * Provide feedback. Express you are listening by paraphrasing or sharing your feelings.

    * Support the other’s effort. Give them a smile, a nod or perhaps some words of encouragement like "I’m listening, continue."

    * Express unconditional positive regard. Explain that know matter what is said, you will respect the other for their honesty and willingness to communicate.

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