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  • Customer Communication Behavior

    of the customer service relationship is determined. Customer service is provided before during and after the customers’ needs have been met. The requirements of a good customer service relationship are achieved through rapport building, engaging in active listening, having empathy, and showing respect.The Evidence to be presented has been taken from a scenario which was provided where an interview took place where the customer requested to know the status of her loan application concluding to…

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  • The Importance Of Intervention Strategies In Counseling

    The counselor began to mention the aptitude tests and with new light shed on the subject the client was more than willing to continue with the test in order to build her packet together for new employment. The counselor used active listening strategies and was empathizing with the client in the midst of her irrational thoughts. The counselor also utilized cognitive strategies to change her negative thinking into more constructive thoughts. While many different crises were…

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  • Oppression Conflict Strategies

    An active listener follows a few steps that are outlined by the textbook, “Communicating for Results 10th Edition:” by Cheryl Hamilton, “Receives the speaker’s total message – verbal, visual, and nonverbal, interprets the speaker’s meaning as closely as possible…

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  • Personal Philosophy Essay

    Our world is becoming increasingly more judgmental and intolerant of other perspectives and ideas, leading humans to a revetment in how we communicate and expand our minds. It is not only sickening that we quickly dismiss others, but also inconsiderate that we do not take in account of the others people’s view, resulting in disadvantage for others and ourselves. For these reason I live by a personal philosophy that is mentioned in behavior psychologist B.F. Skinners book Science and Human…

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  • Customer Service Communication

    representative (CSR). The paper, explains why the behaviour was inappropriate/ inadequate and how it had a negative impact on the customer service relationship. The essay also analyses the four different types of communication behaviours rapport, active listening, empathy and respect. Rapport building can often be defined as the quality relationship between two people (Gremler &…

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  • Capl Model Of Physical Education

    Physical education curriculum provides an indispensable opportunity in the establishment of physical literacy, however the aim of PL is to move beyond specific proficiency in specific activities to inclusiveness of all abilities and focuses on competencies in a variety of movements and environments. The internationally accepted definition of PL is “the motivation, confidence, physical competence, knowledge and understanding to value and take responsibility for engagement in physical activities…

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  • Backwoods Mail Order Company Case Study

    Backwoods Mail Order Company is having problems in their customer service department as well as in the packing and shipping department. These departments employee around 80 individuals that work in both departments combined and these employee have not be properly trained in the problem areas. The company says that training all 80 employees at once is not prohibited, but they could break the training into different classes over several days. No matter how the company decides to set the training…

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  • Summary: The Importance Of Listening In Interpersonal Communication

    Salem-Wiseman, 2015, p.113 ). Being an active listener makes the speaker feel that the listener is interested in him/her and he/she feels…

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  • Advantages Of Listening And Note Taking

    This method is used primarily if the lecture is heavy and is also well organized. The Mapping Method is a graphic representation of the lecture.This method of note taking can maximize active participation in the lecture. Like most note taking systems, there are advantages and disadvantages. A few of the advantages are the allowance to visually track a lecture regardless of the situation or condition. The disadvantages are that the student…

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  • Reflective Essay On Active Listening

    “do they know what it takes to be an active listener?” Before entering Counseling Theory and Process, I was exceedingly confident in my ability to be an active listener, hence my interest in becoming a counselor, little did I know, there was an abundant amount of information to be learned. Furthermore, there was so much more knowledge to consume about other people, the counseling process, and the development of my own professional identity in general. Active listening is a powerful…

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