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Thematic Table Topic:“Perceptive Communication”<br />April 21, 2010<br />Topic Master: <br />VP of Education<br />Kim, Sun...
Topic: Communicating Mindfully“Reflective Listening Skill”<br />Mindfulness:<br />Being fully present in the moment<br />S...
The Purpose of Today’s Topic<br />Develop ways of <br />pulling yourself <br />into the present<br />SU TOAST,  Syracuse U...
Key Factor:  Identification of feeling, values and issues<br />It sounds like you’re really concerned about your girl frie...
Combination of Key Factor to Mindfulness<br />How-To<br />“Emotional Intelligence”<br />{ self-awareness, resilience, empa...
Examples of Positive Feeling<br /><ul><li>Accepted; appreciated; apprehensive
balanced;connected
cared for;supported
comfortable
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Thematic Table Topic Ii Perceptive Communication Skills April 21 2010

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The goal of this Table Topic is to develop Reflective Listening Skills, one way of improving perceptive communication and to make use of it with mindfullness!

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Thematic Table Topic Ii Perceptive Communication Skills April 21 2010

  1. 1. Thematic Table Topic:“Perceptive Communication”<br />April 21, 2010<br />Topic Master: <br />VP of Education<br />Kim, Sung-Jin<br />SU TOAST, <br />Syracuse University Students Chapter of Toastmasters International<br />
  2. 2. Topic: Communicating Mindfully“Reflective Listening Skill”<br />Mindfulness:<br />Being fully present in the moment<br />Seeing things as they are without trying to change them<br />Reflective Listening:<br />“A skill that involves listening intently <br />for an individual’s feelings and values, <br />as well as the issue(s) to be resolved”<br />SU TOAST, Syracuse University Students Chapter of Toastmasters International<br />
  3. 3. The Purpose of Today’s Topic<br />Develop ways of <br />pulling yourself <br />into the present<br />SU TOAST, Syracuse University Students Chapter of Toastmasters International<br />
  4. 4. Key Factor: Identification of feeling, values and issues<br />It sounds like you’re really concerned about your girl friend and her safety is important to you. Is this right?<br />It sounds like you’re annoyed that your neighbor wants you to keep it down while you’re having a ball at night, and you appreciate it your personal choice. Did I get that?<br />SU TOAST, Syracuse University Students Chapter of Toastmasters International<br />
  5. 5. Combination of Key Factor to Mindfulness<br />How-To<br />“Emotional Intelligence”<br />{ self-awareness, resilience, empathy }<br />SU TOAST, Syracuse University Students Chapter of Toastmasters International<br />
  6. 6. Examples of Positive Feeling<br /><ul><li>Accepted; appreciated; apprehensive
  7. 7. balanced;connected
  8. 8. cared for;supported
  9. 9. comfortable
  10. 10. confident; proud
  11. 11. delighted; happy
  12. 12. deserving;respected
  13. 13. eager, anxious </li></ul>Negative<br /><ul><li>encouraged; elated; enthused;exhilarated
  14. 14. focused
  15. 15. grateful; gratified
  16. 16. hopeful
  17. 17. relieved
  18. 18. responsible; secure
  19. 19. sympathetic</li></ul>SU TOAST, Syracuse University Students Chapter of Toastmasters International<br />
  20. 20. Examples of Negative Feeling<br /><ul><li>abandoned;alienate;alone
  21. 21. accused;attacked; blamed
  22. 22. afraid;fearful; frightened; terrified
  23. 23. annoyed;agitated;aggravated;angry;bitter;infuriatedambivalent;uncertain
  24. 24. anxious; concerned
  25. 25. confused
  26. 26. cheated;betrayed
  27. 27. empty
  28. 28. ashamed
  29. 29. awkward
  30. 30. beaten;defeated
  31. 31. bewildered
  32. 32. bored
  33. 33. burned out;drained
  34. 34. compromised
  35. 35. crushed;devastated
  36. 36. desperate
  37. 37. disappointed;disgusted
  38. 38. overwhelemed</li></ul>SU TOAST, Syracuse University Students Chapter of Toastmasters International<br />
  39. 39. Example of Values<br /><ul><li> acceptance
  40. 40. accomplishment;success
  41. 41. accuracy
  42. 42. acknowledgement
  43. 43. appreciation
  44. 44. belonging
  45. 45. cleanliness;neatness
  46. 46. consistency
  47. 47. commitment
  48. 48. cooperation;teamwork
  49. 49. spontaneity
  50. 50. creativity
  51. 51. dependability
  52. 52. independence
  53. 53. discipline;self-control
  54. 54. diversity;flexibility
  55. 55. fairness
  56. 56. family;friendship
  57. 57. integrity
  58. 58. personal choice
  59. 59. privacy
  60. 60. safety</li></ul>SU TOAST, Syracuse University Students Chapter of Toastmasters International<br />
  61. 61. Reference<br />Reflective Listening Skill<br /><ul><li>SIRU Conflict Resolution Workshop hosted by Robbi: www.communicating-mindfully.com</li></ul>Mindfulness & Emotional Intelligence<br /><ul><li>Dan Huston’s materials
  62. 62. Daniel Goleman, “Emotional Intelligence”</li></ul>SU TOAST, Syracuse University Students Chapter of Toastmasters International<br />

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