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Q: One method for helping build rapport and respect is ________. (Points : 5) Speak in a calm tone to remove anger from the situation Bring up past mistakes the person has made
Refuse to apologize Pass judgment on the person’s beliefs
A: One method for helping build rapport and respect is: Speak in a calm tone to remove anger from the situation.
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