6 Minute English - Building rapport with others

We discuss four styles of communication and teach you related vocabulary along the way.

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Hello. This is 6 minutes English from BBC learning English on nail together for so long. Nail house for lunch. Again, tomorrow to right now. And I know it really annoyed when people don't wash up backups in the stuff. Kitchen is important is getting to know someone socially or at work is getting on with people to get on with someone is a useful phrasal verb meaning to like someone and enjoy a friendly relationship with them, which is really important if you want with them. Everyday, is another word to describe the good understanding and communication between two friends along with people has been the subject of many self-help books over the years and it's a topic of this program. You and I must have great because that leads perfectly into my quiz.

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In 1936 American writer Dale Carnegie. Write a famous self-help book on building Rapport. It's sold over 30 million copies. Making it one of the best selling books of old but what was it cold? Is it a how to get rich quick? Be how to stop worrying and make friends or see how to win friends and influence people? I think I know this now I'm going to say see how to win friends and influence people when it comes to getting on with people psychologist. Emily and Alison, has a few ideas, she's built a career working with the police, as a build rapport with criminal suspects rap, for the four ways to read people. And she told BBC Radio full program, all in the mind. It isn't easy to get along with everyone.

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I often describe rapport-building in relationships is like, walking a tightrope because you really do need to maintain that balance of being objective. Treating people with compassion, but that doesn't mean I'm sympathetic. I'm collusive, is that balance between judgment and avoidance.

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Emily describes your pool building is like walking a tightrope, an idiom to describe being in a difficult situation which requires Catholic considering what to do, when criminals isn't easy, Emily doesn't sympathize with what they've done but she tries to remain objective to base her judgment. On the fact not personal feelings for main communication Styles witchy names of the animals, the best at building Rapport is the friendly and Cooperative monkey troll things. And the more passive Mouse, all in the mind about the fourth animal, the T-Rex. Try to listen out for the communication style of this personality,

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You got the T-Rex, which is conflict. So this is argument with your approaching it from a positive position where you can be direct Frank about your message that you approached that in a negative way by being attacking, judgmental argumentative sarcastic. But that actually reads the same behavior back. So any teenagers will 100% recognized. If you meet sarcasm was sarcasm, it's only going to go one way.

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All four communication Styles have good and bad points. On the positive side T-Rex type people of Frank Express themselves and an open on its way.

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But T-Rex types can also be sarcastic, say the opposite of what they really need in order to hurt someone's feelings or criticize them in a funny way. Like saying, I really like your haircut when in fact, she dumped a few months, but I think British people can be quite so I can stick at times. Well, I can't imagine he'd make many friends being rude to people, maybe they should read Dale. Carnegie self-help book in my quiz question, I asked Georgina for the title of Dale Carnegie's, bestselling self-help book about building Rapport. What did you say? See how to win friends and influence people, which is the correct answer and I guess you've read it Georgie in it because you have lots of friends.

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Text type more of a friendly monkey. Okay, well let's stay friends on recap, the recovery from this program, starting with report. A good feeling between two people based on understanding and communication. If you get home with someone, you like and enjoy a friendly relationship with them to be objective is to base your actions on facts, rather than personal feelings on his way. I can stick to say the opposite of what you really need in order to hurt someone's feelings or criticize them in a humorous way. So that's all for this program. Join us again soon for more trending topics and useful for capital E. And remember to download the BBC learning English.

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