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Creating positive rapport
Creating positive rapport
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Creating positive rapport
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Creating positive rapport

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  • 1. CREATING POSITIVE RAPPORT
  • 2. Definition • Rapport is a sympathetic relationship or understanding that allows you to look at the world from someone else’s perspective. • http://www.ideafit.com/fitness-library/10-minutes-to-better-communication
  • 3. It is not so much what you say that matters but how you say it and the way your body expresses it.
  • 4. What is included? Most of us recognize that we communicate the meaning behind our words through our voice intonation, facial expressions and gestures. Body posture and body expression also convey meaning. These forms of nonverbal communication can lead to misinterpretation on the one hand or greater understanding on the other.
  • 5. Positive Body Messages • open palms • facing participants • Open body position (e.g., uncrossed arms and legs) • “soft” joints • moving among the group • smiling • winking • nodding • touching (with permission) • giving the “okay” sign • showing thumbs up
  • 6. Negative Body Messages • pointing fingers • closed body position (e.g., crossed arms and legs) • turning your back while speaking • Hands on your hips • frowning • shaking your head • nodding • rolling your eyes • looking away • grimacing • yawning • keeping equipment between you and participants
  • 7. The way I see it…. Rapport is the ability to feel an affinity with others. It is the increase of understanding. It is the development of a better way of communication. What is expected from a teacher/tutor/coach is the sensation that we are there and really care for our students. Results will be guaranteed as soon as we give ourselves the chance not only to reach out and touch but also to let the rest touch our lives too!

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