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Social Skills Mastery

May 13, 2020

In business, if you can build a strong rapport with your peers or with colleagues and clients across different organizations, then you can leverage those relationships to help accomplish important tasks and to build trust with others.

The bottom line…we want to spend time with people we know, like, and trust. Rapport comes from having something in common or a “like mind” about a certain subject. It also comes from an intense desire to listen closely and understand another person’s point of view. With more professionals looking for better opportunities, rapport is more important than ever in creating quick buy-in and long-lasting bonds.