Interpersonal Skills In Health And Social Care

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Interpersonal skills Interpersonal skills are important to employers as they want staff who work for them to work well with other people both inside and outside of their organisation.There are some specialists interpersonal skills that can help to bridge barriers in communication with disabled groups for example lip reading or being able to sign enabling communication to be more effective. Employers look for people who can interact well at work, who are able to communicate with to everyone in an organization. Communication also includes other areas for example the use of body language. Body language is the way in which we move and bodies to portray emotion and attitudes. This can be both purposely and unknowingly. Body language should
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