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    Question 18 aim to identify the kind of interpersonal skills practiced by the librarian when dealing with question answering. Respondents are allowed to choose more than one answer provided. Based on the options choose by respondents, the results seen in figure 9 indicate that the most used interpersonal skill by the librarian is eye contact (25 votes) followed by positive use of language (19 votes), smiling (18 votes), being a good listener (11 votes), follow-up (7 votes), good body postures (5…

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    4.0 The interpersonal communication skill of feedback and its benefits within Medical Practice 4.1 Explanation of the interpersonal communication skill of feedback Effective communication requires the inclusion of feedback as an interpersonal communication skill; where it is defined as a response to previous messages or actions (Beebe, Beebe & Redmond 2014). Feedback can have a significant impact on the behaviours and attitudes of individuals, which can lead to personal improvements (De…

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    Answer # 1: Interpersonal skills in the work place ensure our success and help us to have a positive working environment. Strong interpersonal skill helps us to build good connection with our staff and at the same time our staff needs assertion, assuring them that we value their skills and abilities and also we will be able to communicate, negotiate with each other, make decisions analyze situations and come up with practiced solution in order to achieve organization goals effectively and…

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    The strategic point of second language study is working out communication skills. Through the expansion of this goal, learners cultivate the abilities indispensable to manage the content of the other four Cs Standards goals. Thus, conversational skill comes up with the capacity to control the three ways of communication: interpersonal, interpretive, and presentational. Successively, to be able to communicate learners need to run through all three types of communication and proficiency-based…

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    of the interpersonal communication skills for the professional student to bring immediate effects of the globalization. Interpersonal skills are a part of soft skills. English being accepted as globalization language gone beyond the boundaries of six nations used it as their mother tongue and became the language of necessity for entire globe. English is worlds ways of communicating inter and intra culturally, became a language of technology. Wonderful developments in the field of soft skills…

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    As technology has reached new heights, interpersonal skills have become crucial to the everyday lifestyle. There are various skills and abilities wrapped-up in the term interpersonal skills, but there are two in particular that are essential to being a successful Human Resource Manager, effective communication and attentive listener. In the last decade, the human resources department has advanced, and is now considered a prime position and backbone to organizations. It is not only having…

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    Interpersonal Skills Listening is more than just hearing, it requires focus and attention to detail. It is absorbing the information as well as interpreting how it is told, this is done by focusing on the details, such as vocabulary, voice, and body language. Essentially, verbal and non-verbal messages. Our listening skills rely on the degree of which we grasp and comprehend these messages. (Skills You Need, n.d.) How this skill can be useful is when instructions are given by your supervisor, if…

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    Educators), I discovered that I am an EL student myself, I was exposed to English early on, and my experience and cultural and social surroundings played an important part in acquiring the English language, which would be referred as Basic Interpersonal Communication Skills (BICS) by Jims Cummins. As I entered school I learned what is known as academic English, Cognitive Academic Language Proficiency (CALPS). As a teacher, I have understood that language is a complex subject. There are many…

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    Having good interpersonal skills have played a crucial role in the workplace. Proven in a study conducted on more than 2100 CFOs across 20 industries, the reason why employees failed to advance in a career is mainly due to a lack of interpersonal skills. (Robbins & Judge, 2017) For example, Mr Lim has supervised the operations department of a printing firm, Easy Printing, for many years, and has been with the company for over 30 years. Workers under his supervision found that Mr Lim was not…

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    In this essay, I will be evaluating my own interpersonal communication skills in a group project. The aim of this group project was to produce a presentation of a lab report on a study we did as a group. My group for the presentation consisted of four students from the University of Chichester between the ages of 19 and 26. In this report, I will refer to the other group members by their initials (MS, CW, and LR). I will be comparing my communication to Trenholm and Jensen’s competence model…

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