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Communication skills were discussed at the Eurasian School of Journalism

27.10.2020 99 просмотров

On October 17, a master class "Effective Communication Skills" was held at the headquarters of the Eurasian Peoples' Assembly.

Guest Eurasia School of Journalism  ; became a blogger, assistant producer of the First Channel of the program "Tonight", a participant in the program "101 Questions for an Adult" on Channel One Polina Marishova.

The event was attended by schoolchildren and students, members of public organizations from different regions of Russia, representatives of the Coordinating Council of the Youth Assembly of the Peoples of Eurasia ( First of all, young people are interested in the following questions: how to establish communication with people of any age; how to make communication effective; how to introduce yourself to a stranger.

According to Polina Marishova, when communicating, it is important to pay attention to the emotional state and communication style of the other person. At the same time, you do not need to try to please and adapt to the interlocutor contrary to your interests.

As the guest of the Eurasian School of Journalism noted, “in a dialogue, it is important to capture the emotional state of the interlocutor. It is worth remembering that a person is how and what he talks about. You need to prepare for the meeting, set a goal, study information about the interlocutor, especially if it is a famous person. In communication, you can always gain experience, skills, contacts. Particular attention should be paid to both the purpose of communication and the style of speech. If conversations are reduced to gossip and empty chatter, this does not characterize a person from a positive side in the eyes of others.

At the end of the meeting, the Co-Chair of the Youth Assembly of the Eurasian Peoples, Kristina Tatarnikova, thanked the participants of the master class, and also presented Polina Marishova with a memorable gift: a designer scarf with the logo of the Eurasian Peoples' Assembly.

“The Youth Assembly seeks to create a platform for the exchange of professional experience and knowledge. We invite the youth of Eurasia to become part of the international team and join our projects:   », "My way"< /a>, "MANET lecture hall", said Kristina Tatarnikova .

Recall that to become a part of the Youth Asset of the Eurasian Peoples' Assembly, you need fill out the application at the link, and send your CV to the mail Representatives of Eurasian countries aged 18 to 35 can join the movement. Youth and young children can contribute to the development of a humanitarian project /a>.

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