Posted on Wednesday, May 06, 2009, under

While making conversations within groups or with individuals be they peers or elders, it is advisable that you allow each and every one of those persons time to air their views. It is your sole responsibility to track the conversation in order to know what time calls for what action. Be focused, attentive and enthusiastic. Make note of important points highlighted by your colleagues lest you loose track of the debate.

Most at times while at conversations, we find the need to interrupt a person. This is a situation that often proves difficult for an individual to handle. I have three words for you ‘after you please’. Other than continue speaking, back out by telling your colleague, after you please- he or she is expected to continue making his statement with yours coming later.



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