Easy communication without barriers

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Gongorini
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Re: Easy communication without barriers

Postby Gongorini » Tue May 24, 2016 11:10 am

Good communication skills begins with the ability to demonstrate that you are a reliable partner. To do this, first of all, you need to be confident - the ability to hold firm draws others like a magnet, because the kind of determined man convinces others that the other person is worth the time and effort. Sure the source will not be wasting your time on "going around the bush", and immediately goes to the essence of the conversation. I think that is correct and really nice communication can create some difficulties from time to time. But this should not stop us on the way to improve our skills.
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Re: Easy communication without barriers

Postby Ignatio » Tue May 24, 2016 11:10 am

To establish trust during a call you must comply with one of the most important rules of effective communication - you need to look into the eyes of his interlocutor. People who usually while talking avert their eyes to the side, as a rule, no one trusts. Attempts to avoid eye contact, say a minimum of human disinterest and as a maximum - about his dishonesty. But when one looks into the eyes of his interlocutor, it is credible, and to him, and everything that he says. Such seemingly insignificant nuance actually remarkably helps to establish good contact with your counterparts! Therefore, in the conversation do not forget to stay confident, and in any case, do not look away.
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Re: Easy communication without barriers

Postby Jorginio » Tue May 24, 2016 11:12 am

I think that at times we can not communicate easily and naturally for the reason that we simply forget some rules for communication. The name of the interlocutor. It is very important! Starting a conversation with a stranger, first of all, find out what his name is. Repeat the name out loud - it helps to fix it in the memory. Always use the person's name into the conversation and do not forget to smile. The interest in the other person is also really important. Many make the mistake of talking too much about yourself. But nothing is so tiresome person with whom you are talking, as a forced "tour" through the maze of your life! One of the best ways to learn how to communicate with people - let them talk about themselves, and not force them to listen to your stories.
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Re: Easy communication without barriers

Postby Alfredo » Tue May 24, 2016 11:12 am

I think it's very important to be able to ask the right questions when communicating with your potential interviewee. When the contact is still being established, it is important to avoid awkward pauses in conversation. One of the fastest ways to awkward silence - these are questions that can be answered simply "yes" or "no." Very important skill for successful communication - the ability to ask questions that require a detailed answer. This will allow to make conversation. Just do not lose a sense of proportion - it is impossible to arrange "bombarded" with questions, this is a sure way to make a person feel uncomfortable. The conversation should not be turned into an interrogation!
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Re: Easy communication without barriers

Postby Armatios » Tue May 24, 2016 11:14 am

I also think that we can communicate with each other much easier when we are erudite in different matters. The power of knowledge can do amazing things in any way. Effective communication starts where people are broad-minded. The comprehensive development of people with diverse interests to be attractive to different people. Dealing with such a person can be easy and fun. His head is full of a variety of topics for discussion, and it can quickly and confidently adapt to any conversation. Find common ground with someone for him there is no difficulty. So think about this once again very good.
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Re: Easy communication without barriers

Postby Fritiny » Tue May 24, 2016 11:14 am

Very interesting point, which is closely linked to self-confidence and self-esteem with. Too often people are afraid to ask, and ask, because they are afraid of failure. Failure causes a person to feel deficient, defective. In fact, the refusal should have no impact on self-esteem. You're all the same, you just as valuable and important as a person, as in the moment when only entered into conversation. It is not necessary during an important conversation to be afraid to ask about something. Always use the chance and try to achieve the desired. It's only a matter of time, whether you get what you want. And the question your self-confidence.
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Re: Easy communication without barriers

Postby Scantiny » Tue May 24, 2016 11:15 am

The only way to learn how to learn how to talk to people well and with confidence - this is the practice, during which you will sharpen your skills. Here, too, it would seem, there is an element of risk - never do not know in advance how we will talk. But if you are afraid to come out of the shadows and will hold on to their "security" will never gain the ability to easily and confidently make contact and remain standing on the path that leads to nowhere. We have to be honest. When people are reliable and honest communication becomes much easier. We did not have to think about what we're going to say, do not have to worry about what is not true once revealed.
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Re: Easy communication without barriers

Postby Donny » Tue May 24, 2016 11:28 am

You must be able to adapt your ideas for the perception of others. When we have some interesting idea, in our minds made up quite a clear idea of the image; but this image is not always as clear and others. If you really want to be heard, you need to find a way to reveal his thoughts so that it became clear to all. This means that you need to know your audience well, if you really want to deal with it effectively. Hold pause before answering. Usually we try to answer at once, but sometimes just a tiny break can work wonders. It gives you time to think; and this is important in order to better understand what the other person says, or to articulate your idea you want to convey.
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Re: Easy communication without barriers

Postby Kennet » Tue May 24, 2016 11:29 am

Try to look into what the other person says. You must listen carefully to really understand what is at stake, not to simply wait for your turn to say something in response. Too often, we really listen only "half an ear", thinking at that time your answer. For effective communication it is necessary to work on understanding what others say. Be patient and open. Sometimes even the shortest communication can be something that is not too comfortable for you. Admit to yourself that this contact does not have to be the same as you would have liked, and continue to behave correctly, with patience.
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Re: Easy communication without barriers

Postby Genios » Tue May 24, 2016 11:30 am

Always be patient and keep your mind open to new ways of understanding communication and understanding. Try to provide feedback. When all is said and done, the best way to learn how it is to be effective - to ask about his companions. Take time to talk with those with whom you communicate often, to see how it would be possible to improve your communication with them. Sometimes support such feedback is fairly easy, and you'll get with a clear idea of ​​what you still need to work; and sometimes it does not happen very easy, but your efforts will still be worth it! I think it can be really useful advice.

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