Communication and Interview Skills

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  1. Mary Silvester

    We listen to the words and to the spaces between the words. Sometimes the combination is so intense that we can only bear witness. And then, as Kerry-Anne says, “the proof will be in the pudding” if we really understood what the person was trying to say – a bit of a challenge. I guess that people pick up on the essence of what is said rather than the exact words, so if we capture that as faithfully as we can, would we be forgiven for not getting it absolutely correct?
    Mind you, we found it quite annoying to have a celebrant poach our anecdotes – and get them wrong. So maybe clarifying as we go?

  2. june junesub

    Beautiful reading, absolutely true, and thank you, Mary