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We would rather they got to the point. Stokoe uses her research to work with groups on improving their communication, including groups of business-to-business cold callers.
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According to language analysts, we may have this wrong. Choose your words carefully and you can get someone to change their mind, or see you in a new light. Let's talk: a conversation special Language.
Reuse this content. What to say Try your own experiment over the next week. Rather than focusing on what you want to say, listen to what the other person is telling you, then try to repeat it back to them.
She claimed the difference in how confident people felt was noticeable after a few weeks. They discovered that certain words or phrases have the power to change the course of a conversation.
In the blog, which went viral, she claimed that women use it far more often than men. Why the difference?
Rosie Ifould. Stokoe and her colleagues have analysed thousands of hours of recorded conversations, from customer services to mediation hotlines and police crisis negotiation.
Topics Language Let's talk: a conversation special features. What to say Use it when you want to resist getting into a confrontation. From inboxing to thought showers: how business bullshit took over.
Better to be practical and direct. Stick to being polite.