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1. Become engaged listeners; when anyone is talking to you do not just simply listen to them talk, but rather be in tune with exactly what they are saying. One can do this by making eye contact, not speaking while the person is talking, and do not be judgmental of the person or situation.
2. Keep your stress at a minimum level; do not get too stressed out when trying to communicate with someone because you will say things you do not mean, say things wrong, or say things that others may take the wrong way. If a person should get over-stressed when communicating they should pause and take a few deep breaths before they try to continue.
3. Be assertive; being direct with people helps them know exactly what you mean, how you feel, or exactly what you need. This does not include being rude or aggressive towards others, but up front in letting them know what you mean. Being assertive means expressing your thoughts, feelings, and needs in
an open and honest way, while standing up for yourself and respecting
Hi could you let me know what happened here please ----> https://www.studypool.com/discuss/1300884/help-with-negotiating-question?newResell
you did not even give me a chance to fix anything that needed corrections - you just withdraw with no explanation?
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