Social intelligence is a person’s ability to interact well with others, often called people skills or tact. It is a learned ability involving situational awareness, understanding of social dynamics, and a decent amount of self-awareness.
- Pay close attention to what (and who) is around you.
- Work on increasing your emotional intelligence.
- Respect cultural differences.
- Practice active listening.
- Appreciate the important people in your life.
Click here for some suggestions on ways to practice social intelligence this summer.
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