2-14 - Charisma, part 3 (review) III. Dimensions of...

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Charisma, part 3 (review) III. Dimensions of Charisma A. Credibility B. Similarity C. Attraction D. Perceived Sensitivity 1. Listening – In a relationship, the single most important factor. - Listen to tell someone else what was said If you want to listen well pretend you are going to tell someone else what you said. - Eliminate distractions Distractions get in the way of listening. - Reformulate (e.g., Internal summaries ) – Core of good listening. When you hear something and translate it into your own words and apply it somehow. - Limit counterarguments One good measure on how someone is into a conversation is how someone is involved in the conversation. - Grasp hidden messages Listen to tone of voice, not just words. They watch facial movements, and take every bit they can in. 2. Understanding – You can listen but not ‘get it’. You don’t need to agree with people they just need to understand. 3.
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