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    Trust plays not only a pivotal role in building relationships in the workplace. I also believe it is the cornerstone to all successful human to human interactions. I like the fact that you can trust someone but still have diametrically opposed views about a particular subject. Let’s face it, we don’t always see eye to eye, especially when it comes to the workplace. However, it is imperative that while disagreeing on a particular subject a mutual level of trust is maintained. In this paper,…

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    cares. Through the demonstration of an active, genuine expression of compassion to the talker, the listener will earn the talker’s heart and mind. Facial communication, as well as gentle words, helps display that they feel worried about their speech. Developing active listening abilities involves listeners to evaluate their place within the discussion. It is vital that they comprehend how they “come across” as they listen. At first, it may feel stifled, but as active listening skills are…

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    formatted to reach a higher understanding through: shared inquiry, critical thinking, and written and oral communication. From these three categories I was able to find my strengths and weaknesses, specifically from the goals of participating in active listening and getting others involved in discussions in a polite manner, by asking interpretive and evaluative questions about the readings and discovering the underlying thought and ideas, and by allowing groups shared ideas and topics discussed…

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    Pharmaceutical waste creates mass quantities of environmental pollution, and is quickly becoming one of the world’s largest pollution concerns. With the incredible advancements in medicine and pharmaceutical development, the concern for proper disposal of these medications has been largely ignored. Increasing education and public awareness on the subject are two great ways to begin spreading awareness concerning pharmaceutical environmental pollution. Unbeknownst to most people, nurses play a…

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    At the very beginning of the interview I noticed how much I was looking down to document what Amy was saying. I was so focused on making sure I had documented everything Amy said and I think I lost some meanings by not watching her body language. If I were to put myself in Amy’s position I probably would have felt like I was just there to answer a bunch of assessment questions and the therapist really did not care what I had to say. The empathy was there in my voice, but not in my actions, so…

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    Listening is a conscious process, which includes absorbing information through the ears and convert the information into a mean of something. Many people confuse the difference between hearing and listening. According to Lundsteen, hearing is the action that requires only the physical work. However, listening requires the brain to actively engage to function. (1979, pp.15) As a result, actively listening makes a significant impact on people in the workplace environment. Actively listening helps…

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    I would, however, recommend that you change the format of those values to make it sound more conversational. Instead of listing them and then going into detail perhaps say “active listening” and explain the reasoning behind it, then introduce the second value and explain it, and the same for the last value. This may help you seem more organic when talking in front of an actual interviewer. Furthermore, I think your story about…

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    1. List and briefly explain Ed Brodow’s Six Rules for Effective Listening from the video we watched. The Ed Brodow six rules for effective listening are: Develop the desire to listen. This rule encourages people to be interest in what others are saying to enhance the quality of interactions they have. Let the other person do most of the talking. This ensures the person listening internalizes the subject being talked about. Ask lots of open ended questions. Open ended questions elicit more…

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    Client Description My client, that has agreed to being interviewed, name is Nicole Wilson. Nicole is 31 years of age and is African American female. She has 2 children two little girls and have been in a relationship with her current boyfriend who is not her children father for 4 years. Nicole is currently attending the University of Phoenix studying for her Bachelor’s in entrepreneurship, because she wants to own her own business in the clothing industry, she currently works at Macy’s. 1).…

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    told that you cannot listen to respond, you must be an active listener. Active listening can be defined as the act of mindfully hearing and attempting to comprehend the meaning of words spoken by another in a conversation or speech. In simple terms, an active listener is one that listens to understand. As a Resident Assistant (RA), Office of Information Technology employee, and leader, my goal for my junior year is to become a more developed active listener. In both of my employments on campus,…

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