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- Active Listening
- Family Constellation
- Body Language
- Self-reflection - the question of one's own self
- Stress Management
- Leadership Styles
- Time Management
- Beginning a Speech
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Learn more about the effective basis for successful conversations. Active Listening is an essential cornerstone of interpersonal communication and several techniques of empathic listening can facilitate relationships and minimize conflicts.
Family Constellation is a method of family therapy or systematic therapy, in which individual persons are positioned in a room as stand-ins for family members and relationships are drawn to one another. It’s a great way to visualize the network of relationships within a family.
As we do not only communicate with our voice but also with implicit oder explicit body language, it is an essential part of human interaction. Continue reading here if you want to learn more about it and ist role in the charisma of men and women.
Questioning one’s own self and being self-reflective has a major impact on our own behavior. It has an extraordinary importance for interpersonal relations and aims to take appropriate actions and avoid inappropriate activities.
Learn more about the graphical representation of relationships and structures within a family with reading this article about genograms.
Other than genograms, is a sociogram the graphical representation of interpersonal relationships within a constant group as work teams, school classes, etc.
Read all about the causes of stress and therefore the correct handling of it in your everyday life.
Get more information about the different types of leadership styles and their advantages and disadvantages and learn how to lead subordinates or individual groups in a appropriate way.
Here you can learn more about the most important principles in classic time management by using methods that help you use your time in a more effective way.
Get pro tips for your next start of a speech and get all do’s and dont‘s about the essential first moments.