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describe how to establish respectful, professional relationships with adults
When your in a discussion with an adult it is fair to say everyone will have different views, some adults expect you to have the same views as themselves, your not always going to agree on matters, [ as long as you show mutual respect and be professional the best way to get over this is to communicate effectively and respect each others views, as long as you are able to support other adults then
you are on the right path, when the compromise has been met you can for example ; ? Show you're approachable ? Demonstrate positive behaviour ? Give support as and when it is required ? Demonstrate your listening skills ? Show commitment ? Show respect ? Don’t gossip about work colleagues ? Respond politely ]
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