Critical Interpersonal Skills
March 9, 2019
Certain people are extremely effective in interpersonal relationships, whether in circulating at a party, group facilitation with the staff, bedside manner during hospital visitation, or whatever the social situation demands. Others seem to have varying degrees of difficulty in relationships, often pushing people away or shutting them down rather than drawing them closer. Certain pastor leaders are extremely adroit at building trust and directing people. Others tend to have difficulty building confidence and marshalling consensus to move people and churches forward.
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