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Using people’s names during the meeting will help you establish your presence and build relationships with others. It will also deflect your attention from your own feelings of discomfort and enable you to focus outwards.
If your working group is on first name terms, using someone’s name when you address an issue will help you to feel a real communication link between yourself and the other participants.
“Karen, you mentioned last year’s seminar….” “David, so you’re saying…?” “Mark, could you just clarify what you mean by…”
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