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6 Tips for Promoting Safety Communication

I came from a big city and then spent 12 years in a remote fishing village. You can imagine how much better my communication skills have been since being promoted to Regional Manager in my current MLM.

I need to go after the 8 speed button for presentations, phone calls, and one-on-one conversations, to improve my communication skills.

Building relationships with my team is now my #1 priority.

From my Interpersonal Communications course, here are 6 tips I reviewed to create effective communication.

1) Be responsible for communicating in a way that ensures a positive relationship.

2) Accept and acknowledge our vision or friends, communicate that we accept them, even if we may not agree with them or think the same way.

3) Accept and accept ourselves as we do others. Share our own thoughts, feelings and needs, so respect ourselves and as a result, business partners will understand us better.

4) Disclosure of identity when necessary so that we increase security in the relationship and report on information we have already shared about ourselves.

5) Realize that social diversity is a source of personal growth and interpersonal relationships – providing insight into the many ways people create and nurture diversity relationship.

6) Personal growth and healthy relationships are fostered through constructive criticism. When responding to criticism, count to ten before you feel hurt, be willing to look for more information, and at least think about it.


Descriptive communication: explain without over-judgment. (Use “I” Language)

Provisional: Communication is open to others to view.

Balance: Maintain eye contact, keep a happy face and don’t speak.

Spontaneous: feeling honest, open and unpremeditated, feeling true and natural.

Empathetic: fully aware of the worth of others and concerned for their feelings and emotions. He shows acceptance of other people and knows their point of view.

Problem Oriented: focus on finding answers that satisfy everyone. The goal is to find solutions through collaboration and meet everyone’s needs. This minimizes conflict and keeps the lines of communication open, emphasizing the importance of interpersonal communication.


Evaluation: We feel psychologically unsafe when we are the target of judgment.

Certainty: absolute and often dogmatic or a right answer, view or action.

Superiority: One must be first, better or higher than another.

Ideas: do less than what is in front of their mind, use ideas to control us. Someone keeps something from someone else.

Controlling: the act of trying to control others – a controlling person thinks they have more power, authority or wisdom than others.

Neutrality: people become defensive when others feel neutral or isolated. Average people tend to withdraw from themselves and do not care and care for others.

Simple words like acknowledge, acknowledge, acknowledge and agree help me to find myself communicating with clients and future business people.

Good luck and remember to build your own skills outside of the computer world with real people!

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