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Relating to relationships or communication between people.‘you will need good interpersonal skills’
- ‘Furthermore, interpersonal relationships in Asia Pacific are based on reciprocity and return of favours.’
- ‘This is really a life lesson about the power of interpersonal relationships.’
- ‘Men and women who are good managers should have excellent communication and interpersonal skills.’
- ‘This aspect may show subconscious difficulties in close interpersonal relationships.’
- ‘Laughter brings people together and improves interpersonal relationships.’
- ‘I think it calls for empathy and good interpersonal skills and making a connection with the other person.’
- ‘Whites tend to view race relations - their interpersonal relationships with others - as important.’
- ‘This has happened at the cost of interpersonal and even family relationships.’
- ‘The acceptance of rape myths is related to sex role stereotypes and an acceptance of interpersonal violence.’
- ‘My guess would be that Tom is a little off, when it comes to interpersonal relationships.’
- ‘Snipers generally have poor interpersonal relations but do not stand out in the crowd.’
- ‘The interpersonal aspects of psychological abuse are not well studied.’
- ‘She also thrived on speech classes and classes in interpersonal communications.’
- ‘They will have strong interpersonal, communication and leadership skills.’
- ‘First and foremost is the development of communication and interpersonal skills.’
- ‘Both are similar to the extent that they are encountered in interpersonal relationships.’
- ‘Open plan living can have a profound and potentially disastrous effect on interpersonal relationships.’
- ‘They are cognitive therapies, behavioural therapies, interpersonal therapies, and hypnosis.’
- ‘In this statement, there is not a word about improving the patient's interpersonal relationships.’
- ‘Why rock the boat with bad news stories about interpersonal relationships when you have an annual plan to sell to voters?’
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