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How to Use Compassionate Communication to Avoid and Resolve Conflicts

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Miscommunication is at the root of all conflicts, whether the setting is personal or official.

Very often, there is a vast gap between what the speaker said and what the listener understood.

Andrew Newberg and Mark Waldman, in their book Words Can Change Your Brain introduced the concept of Compassionate Communication

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Mukundarajan V N

Mukundarajan V N

Retired banker living in India. Avid reader. I write to learn, inform and inspire. Believe in ethical living and sustainable development. vnmukund@gmail.com

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