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Describe ways of checking whether an individual has understood a communication and how to address any misunderstanding
Try to find some quiet moments to stop and review whether you have communicated clearly and understood correctly the communication of others. The following qualities will help you respond appropriately to the communication of others. ? [ Awareness of how your communication is being received. Look for non-verbal cues that indicate the recipient’s interest and understanding and equally
those that indicate misunderstanding or boredom. ? Sensitivity to tune in to your recipient’s emotional responses to your words. ? Flexibility to change the way you say something in order to clarify your meaning and increase understanding. ]
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