Kaplan University Unit7 Assignment Interpersonal Communication

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From the interaction, does it seem to you that Alan is actively listening? Why or why not? From the interaction, it is obvious that Alan is not actively listening. First, he is not being mindful. According to Wood (2010), “mindfulness is being fully present in the moment”. In the interviews, Alan looks anxious to finish and seems to have many thing in his mind that do not allow him to be completely present.

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Unit 7 assignmentClaudia GarciaFrom the interaction, does it seem to you that Alan is actively listening? Why or why not? From the interaction, it is obvious that Alan is not actively listening. First, he is not being mindful. According to Wood (2010), "mindfulness is being fully present in the moment". In the interviews, Alan looks anxious to finish and seems to have many thing in his mind that do not allow him to be completely present. Second, he is not being person-centered (Wood, 2010). For example, when the second employee tells him about his son's illness he is not able to practice du

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