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Strengths and Challenges in Communicating - Edit 2, 28/5/17

Communication refers to the sending and retrieving of information. This can be done through various medium such as face-to-face meetings, letters, telephones or computers. By knowing your strengths and challenges in communicating can improve your communication style.
Strengths One of my strengths in communication is listening. By listening, one can make sense of and understand what another person is trying to say. Listening also help me ask questions if I am unclear about what the other person is saying. In addition, it can make the other person feels comfortable talking with me because it shows you are interested and attentive. Hence, listening the other person will make he/she comfortable talking to me. A good example would be when a friend of mine was talking to me about his family problems. Not only he feels comfortable talking to me about it, he also feels that he can trust me. Hence, improving our friendship. The other strength I have in communicating is that I can easily sympath…

Strengths and Challenges in Communicating.

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Communication means of sending or retrieving information. This can be done through various medium such as face-to-face, writing a letter, telephones or computers.
Strengths One of my strengths in communication is listening. By listening, it allows one to make sense of and understand what another person is saying. Listening to the person also help me give good feedback or question from what the other person is saying. In addition, it can make the other person feels comfortable talking with you. Which would make the conversation be smoother and comfortable.
The other strength I have in communicating is that I can sympathise the other person easily. After listening and understanding them, it is easy for me to relate what they are feeling. Other than listening, looking at their expression and hearing their tone helps in understanding them better.
Challenges One main challenge I have in communicating is the empathising the person. It is easier to sympathise rather than to empathise what the…