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Rapport VS Report Talk

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Vanessa Alcorta

on 9 October 2012

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Transcript of Rapport VS Report Talk

Report V.S. Rapport
Talk What is Rapport?
What is Report?
5 Types of Talk: 1. Private Speaking VS Public Speaking
2. Telling a Story
3. Listening
4. Asking Questions
5. Conflict Rapport: The typical conversational style of women, which seeks to establish connection with others. Report Talk: The typical monologic style of men, which seeks to command attention, convey information, and win arguments. Private Speaking Vs. Public Speaking Women talk more than men in private conversations. EX: wordy-women-mute-male steretype
Men talk more than women in public conversations EX: One-up position Breaking it down... What is Rapport and Report Talk?
HOPE
NEEDS
VALUES
Men
Who tells the most stories?
Men
Jokes
"Can you top this?"
Hero overcoming a great obstacle
Women
express their desire by telling stories about others
Acting foolish>Cleaver Manner
Stronger Network Support Telling a Story
&
Listening "Men don't ask for that kind of help."
Women ask questions to establish a connection with others
Tag questions: "Don't you think?"
Book: You Just Don't Understand Asking Questions Men are more comfortable with conflict
Women tend to avoid conflict at all costs Conflict
Women:
tend to hold eye contact, offer head nods, and react with "yea,uh-huh."
Cooperative Loop
Men:
tend to avoid putting themselves in a submissive stance
Women think Men dont't listen
Men annoy Women and Women annoy Men What type of Report Vs. Rapport Talk do you see in the clip? Movie CLip Listening: Telling a Story: What type of talk do you see in this clip? Movie CLip http://www.polleverywhere.com/my/polls Activity # 1 Questions?? Post Survey In your group come up with a one minute skit using one of the five types of talk we discussed Activity #2 INVITE YOU..
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