Category Archives for Interpersonal Skills

The Rhetorical Triangle

Rhetoric is defined in the Oxford English dictionary as, “The art of persuasive speaking or writing”. Thus, the Rhetorical Triangle is a tool that helps you formulate your thoughts so you can clearly present your position in a persuasive way. Master using this tool and people will clearly understand your message, and be heavily persuaded […]

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The Johari Window Model

There are many tools available that enable you to get to know yourself better. Probably the best way is to have strong, open, and honest relationships with your colleagues so you all develop together. But having these kinds of relationships isn’t easy – it takes trust. The Johari Window is a tool which helps build […]

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Monroe’s Motivated Sequence

Have you ever noticed that some people seem naturally able to give a great speech or presentation? It can sometimes seem as though these people, such as Steve Jobs or Martin Luther King,  have an innate natural ability to orate and sell their ideas. Maybe you’ve experienced a great speaker in action for yourself during […]

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How to Persuade: The 4 P’s of Persuasion

The ability to persuade others is an important skill at all organizational levels. Powerful skills of persuasion can make your life much easier as people will buy into your ideas and opinions more quickly. Ultimately, improving your powers of persuasion can help you to achieve the same or better results but with less resistance. When […]

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