Category: FAQ-Communication Styles

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Individuals are all different of course, particularly in how they communicate, or their communication styles. You are probably familiar with the following differentiation: assertive, passive and aggressive “styles” of communication, since that’s the simplest, and best known “model of communication”.

There are many others that can help you understand why you may “click” with some people, and have huge difficulties communicating with others, so we’re going to look at various style and preference models.

There is no “right” or best model, as there is no “right” or “best” way of communicating, so the key is to try to find something that works for you.

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