5 Effective Communications skills gained through the Theater

1. Never Underestimate the Power of Non-verbal communication– it conveys exactly what the other person feels about you in that current situation.

2. What is Context vs. Content-Context is that which gives meaning to our message and how we want people to perceive us. Content is the message we want to replay.

3. Making the effort to say the Other Person’s Name– An individual’s name is one of the most emotionally powerful words to them. Our names have been programmed into us since childhood. Therefore, addressing a person by name creates an automatic and familiar bond. Pay Attention- Perceive, wonder, and observe. Watch and observe the world around you selflessly. Can you tell how someone may feel base on their facial expression?

4. Pay Attention- Perceive, wonder, and observe. Watch and observe the world around you selflessly. Can you tell how someone may feel base on their facial expression?

5.Practice and Practice Active Listening– It is very important to listen when someone is speaking, because you want them to know you are listening and you want to receive the information correctly.

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