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How good is your comunication? Really? How often do you really listen to your spouse, colleague or employee?

How often do you interrupt, talk over people and avoid looking at that person in the eye?  How many people conduct a one way conversation, talking at you without giving you the opportunity to take part in the conversation? For me this is an instant switch off!

Here's a neat little communication activity to try with your training programs or with your groups. It's called "Sparkling Moment"

2 people pair up to take part in this communications game: A and B.

A has 2 minutes to narrate their "sparkling moment" to B. This could be an achievement or something really fantastic that happened to them. Whilst A is telling the story, B must keep still and expressionless and cannot speak.

After A has finished telling the story B gives A feedback on how A came across - body language, facial expressions, enthusiasm, smiles etc. A must listen only and not interrupt.

Then allow 5 minutes to reflect on the experience.

How did A feel when they were telling the story? How did they feel at the end of the story. How easy was it to tell a story without receiving gestures. How easy was it to receive feedback without being able to clarify or interrupt? How useful was the feedback?

How did B feel unable to speak and expressionless? How easy was it to listen and concentrate? How easy was it to give feedback effectively?

Then swop over roles and repeat.

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