Most of us enjoy a good conversation and this experience often makes us feel good. This suggests that an effective conversation is far more than an exchange of words. You may be aware of how a memorable conversation made you feel, but what about the other person? Assuming that others see, feel and think as we do is the first of five conversational blind spots. By learning how to recognise and overcome these conversational blind spots will help you communicate more effectively.
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There can be five conversational blind spots:
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According to the Creating WE Institute, the two least developed skills are the ability to have difficult conversations and to ask WHAT IF questions. #conversational #intelligence
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