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Effective Communication Skills

Learn how you can improve the way you communicate with others—especially by overcoming the psychological and biological hard-wiring that gets in the way.

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r********m
March 4, 2019
This course is just so-so. Parts of it are not bad at all and do make sense but then there are some really big aspects of human communication missing, Prof. Kehoe seems to assume that people are more or less equal, though modern science agrees that there are big individual differences and these differences play a huge part in how effectively people can communicate with each other. (Think about the big five of personality such as openness to experience, conscientiousness, extroversion, agreeableness and neuroticism.) What's also completely absent is any discussion about what challenges people with different cognitive abilities (IQ) face and how to make them understand each other better.

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k********m
February 17, 2019

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l********u
February 16, 2019

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