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Communication Skills Leadership Certification Level 1
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Jesus’ Four Encounters The woman at the well (John 4:4-26) The rich young ruler (Luke 18:18-25) Zaccheus (Luke 19:1-9) Nicodemus at night (John 3:1-15)
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Principles to Understand and Use Information
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“Lag time" The gap between the speed of talking and the speed of listening
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“Lag time" is to be used to: listen to the words being used observe the body language make note of the repetition of thoughts and words
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Questions to keep in mind while listening are: Why is this person saying this to me now? Why did they choose to say this at this time? They keep repeating certain words and thoughts, why? When did they lower their voice to a whisper? Or when did they become agitated? What were the first words they used? Why are they keeping their arms folded so tightly across their chest?
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Congruence Congruence is when words, tone of voice, and body language all convey the same message
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Three components to congruence Words are only 7% of the total communication package Tone carries 38% Body language is 55% of the overall picture
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The interpersonal gap The interpersonal gap is the difference between the backgrounds, education, religious beliefs, and history of each party and how clearly each understands the other.
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Body language Certain gestures give an idea as to how a person is feeling. Especially is this true when several gestures point to a specific characteristic.
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Becoming aware of the cry for help
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Anxiety is brought about in four ways Something bad really happens A moral issue A neurotic problem An existential issue
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Anxiety is caused by conflicts Within the family Between families With work overload With boss or pastor
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The outcome of anxiety provoking events The individual issues subconscious cries for help When the cries are not "heard" the individual gets angry and her behavior changes They do or say things they've not done before They begin to be irregular in their activities They seal off their pain They seal off their pain that will once again give a sense of belonging
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Ask the right question at the right time Listen for information that is volunteered in the conversation Use questions that show interest Start with generalities, then move to more specific questions Ask only those things which apply to the conversation
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Do not use prying questions Questions that probe into personal affairs Change the subject Questions that appear judgmental and that appear as if we know the right answer
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Do not be afraid of silence
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CHECK FEELINGS HAPPY SAD ANGRY AFRAID
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Direct expression of feeling Use "I" statements and not the blaming "you" statements
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Language dominance Audio – words related to sounds Visual – words related to seeing Feeling – words related to feeling
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Language Dominance Visual see view eye to eye look straight Audio hear loud listen soft sound Feeling soft touch squeeze hug fluffy
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Listening to Stories) · I know some who... · Anniversary story · Rehearsal story · Reinvestment story · The counter story Five types of stories
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Four levels of stories Long a
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Within the family—between spouses, between parents and children etc.Between families—two or three f
Within the family—between spouses, between parents and children etc.Between families—two or three feuding families within the church or community