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Reflections: Communication Skills For Confrontation Worksheet
On this page, we will provide you with an Assertive Communication Worksheet. It will help you to learn effective ways of confrontation without offending anyone.
What are the Reflections: Communication Skills For Confrontation Worksheet?
Reflecting is the process of paraphrasing and restating both the feelings and words of the speaker. The purposes of reflecting are: To allow the speaker to 'hear' their thoughts and focus on what they say and feel. It is very engaging, filled with rich experiences, emotionally charged, and a productive communication style that doesn’t offend your speaker and helps the conversation go smoothly. This worksheet is specifically about confrontation, how you confront your speaker while reflecting communication.
How Reflections: Communication Skills For Confrontation Worksheetwill help?
You will learn about reflection communication. In this technique, you will specifically learn how to confront and take the right decisions without offending anyone, you should always remember that confrontation should be done assertively yet politely not in an aggressive way, it is a fine balance between assertive and empathic behavior.
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Instructions on how to use Reflections: Communication Skills For Confrontation Worksheet
Use this worksheet as a way to learn effective ways to communicate, understand the reflective practice of communication,
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