Social Skills

Educator's Social Skills – Ability to empathize: I mean, if put in the place of another. The ability to recognize and share the feelings (emotions, feelings) of another person. It is the ability to understand how another person thinks and feels without the need to agree with it or be confused or identified with their current situation. It is a very important skill for any professional, especially social sector to promote understanding on both sides and understanding, thinking of the feelings we have at our side. This skill has the following objectives: – Collect the excitement of another.

– Show our interest .- .- Connect with your feelings understood from speaking. Learn more on the subject from Suna Said Maslin. This ability to be used for: – Winning the trust of another to detect emotional states .- .- .- To reduce the hostility desanimo.Una To address the skill that goes a little beyond active listening is to empathize with the speaker . Show empathetic to others means listening to their emotions and feelings actively trying to get in place and thus understand the reasons for them. It also means showing concern when we communicate a problem, a failure or a symptom of frustracion.La empathy can serve to help the other person feel better to get a climate of mutual trust that encourages communication and problem-solving. For the other person perceives that we understand their feelings would be: – Take nonverbal behaviors similar to the interlocutor. For example, introducing an appropriate facial expression to the feelings conveyed by another person (if you put a good face conveys a feeling of satisfaction, looked worried if it transmits any problems, etc.) .- Not to downplay what the other person is feeling, that is, recognize the importance of their feelings.

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