English to Hindi Dictionary interpersonal


you will need good interpersonal skills
of or relating to relationships or communication between people.
The 'interpersonal' aspects of psychological abuse are not well studied.
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.
Open plan living can have a profound and potentially disastrous effect on 'interpersonal' relationships.
Laughter brings people together and improves 'interpersonal' relationships.
Both are similar to the extent that they are encountered in 'interpersonal' relationships.
Whites tend to view race relations - their 'interpersonal' relationships with others - as important.
They will have strong 'interpersonal' , communication and leadership skills.
This has happened at the cost of 'interpersonal' and even family relationships.
I think it calls for empathy and good 'interpersonal' skills and making a connection with the other person.
Men and women who are good managers should have excellent communication and 'interpersonal' skills.
This aspect may show subconscious difficulties in close 'interpersonal' relationships.
In this statement, there is not a word about improving the patient's 'interpersonal' relationships.
They are cognitive therapies, behavioural therapies, 'interpersonal' therapies, and hypnosis.
Furthermore, 'interpersonal' relationships in Asia Pacific are based on reciprocity and return of favours.
The acceptance of rape myths is related to sex role stereotypes and an acceptance of 'interpersonal' violence.
Why rock the boat with bad news stories about 'interpersonal' relationships when you have an annual plan to sell to voters?
She also thrived on speech classes and classes in 'interpersonal' communications.
First and foremost is the development of communication and 'interpersonal' skills.
This is really a life lesson about the power of 'interpersonal' relationships.
More 'interpersonally' oriented social psychologists and cultural anthropologists view emotions as being created among people.
For example, 'interpersonally' trusting and agreeable individuals may use a less critical strategy to evaluate credibility because they are more willing to trust the target's account as true or are reluctant to challenge the account.
It has been suggested that females are socialized to be more 'interpersonally' sensitive and empathic.
The authors suggest that aggression by narcissists is an 'interpersonally' meaningful and specific response to an ego threat.
According to these models, aggression is associated with maladaptive patterns of encoding, interpretation, and retrieval of 'interpersonally' relevant information.
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