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Accurate Communication Skills

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Accurate Communication Skills Evaluation

This is an accurate evaluation of my communication skills because effective communication skills are important in all aspects of life, may it be in work or in a relationship. Research has shown consistently that a deficiency in this skill can absolutely ruin relationships.

The skills test report indicates that I am extremely adept at interpreting other people’s words, actions, and seeing things from their perspective, which likely results in very few misunderstandings. I seem to realize that empathy is an essential part of good interpersonal skills therefore, I will do my best to place myself in other people’s shoes in order to understand them. I can generally get a good sense of what others are thinking and will likely adjust myself accordingly if the people I’m conversing with seem confused or perhaps uncomfortable. By listening to others, I respect the other person’s point of view. Asking questions to others clarifies each other’s misunderstanding. Importance to teamwork builds up a better interpersonal relationship at the workplace. My self-confidence and lack of fear helps me to speak up in front of authorities. I believe communication is integral for any relationship. I need to work on cultural communications for this semester because lots of things are influenced by culture, as I myself am from a different cultural background. I believe that the greater the experimental difference among people the greater the disparity in their perception. The more similar the backgrounds, the more similarly they perceive the world. I retain much of my cultural traditions and it does affect the new adaption of the culture. Cultural difference creates a difference in opinion. In conclusion, to improve my perception of others I need to know culture of communication. Valuable communication can lead to a desirable and effective interpersonal relationship.