Reverend S. C. Dixon, General President

Rev. Pernell R. Trent, Sr., General Secretary

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"The most important thing in communication is hearing what isn't being said. The art of reading between the lines is a lifelong quest of the wise." Shannon L. Alder

Reflection to Perfection:

 

Success Tip: Avoid popping gum, during business conversation with your peers, and allow people to see your eyes, when you speak to them. Sunglasses are fine, but they can disturb or distract the person or persons that you are speaking to, while you are wearing them.

 

Discussion/Reflection

 

Why do people tend to dominate conversations?

What are some ways that you could encourage people to open up to you?

Can a person be too emotional in the workplace?

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