Interpersonal Skills are the organic set of skills which are naturally blessed to a human. Everyone of us use them in our daily settings; the only difference is the amount of using them. Sometimes to use them effectively, or to develop them as per the situation and environment is very important.
Specifically, the interpersonal skills include — how you negotiate, how much is your listening ability, how you evaluate the options to make the right decision, how much you express yourself, what you talk and how you do it, how you use body language to say it.
Following are the few ways highlighted which can be considered to polish your Interpersonal Skills
How To Enhance Your Listening Skills:
Listening-Effectively comes with the technique of focusing the content which has been said rather than your silence to let the other person speak. While you listen; obviously the natural way of your perceiving and understanding would affect your evaluation of what has been said. What really matters is whether you evaluate a person negatively or positively and the meaningful reasoning for doing so. If you believe you are excessively negative evaluator; you may want to read how to be positive in life.
Support and Motivate
There is science of receiving and understanding things while the other person speak to you. Giving them respect, saying sentences which appreciate them as who they really are and noticing any positive things they said and encouraging them on the same will make people feel worthy and valuable. Some people might take this point wrong, supporting and motivating others does not really mean you have to support them for wrong things they say to you; it actually means how you indirectly make them question their negative actions. For example, your primary focus would be on indirect feedback rather than direct feedback — indirectly clarifying yourself would involve respecting and disagreement at the same time.
Making An Eye Contact With Selective People
The new research by Frances S. Chen of the University of British Columbia in Canada suggests that ”Making an Eye Contact May Not Be Such A Good Idea”. The study further says that eye contact signifies dominance and may provoke resistance to persuasion. Therefore, making an eye contact in individualistic cultures may be more welcoming, however in collective cultures — people could have tendencies to grasp it as something opposite to respect, love and care.
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