Topics Covered in TR-2:
- Basic TR-2 as student and coach/pc
- The auditor showing he has heard and understood what was said
- Ending the cycle of communication
- Most important aspect is seeing that the ack has been received
- Understanding what pc said: "What did I just say?"
- Not just using "Good", "Fine", "OK", "Thank you"
- Appropriate acks
- Premature Acknowledgements and Double Acknowledgements
Section 4: Coach | Student
- Expressing mood with an ack
- No inval/eval allowed in an ack
- When is it okay to NOT get what the pc says?
- Answering a question where a mere ack is inappropriate
- All the above, including Sections 1-3
TR-2 as Coach and Pc: Section 1
Page 1 of 4: Example
- Click on the example. Note:
- the coach saying
- the pc (same person) giving a line, "Stop this moment I tell you!"
- the student giving an ack that shows he understood what was said, and that ends cycle, "OK!"
- the coach saying, "Good"
- the pc giving a line, "I'm sure those are not the right words."
- the student giving an acknowledgement hesitatingly, "Okay...."
- the coach saying "Flunk! It didn't end the cycle. Start!"
- the pc giving the same line, "I'm sure those are not the right words."
- the student giving an ack in a way that shows he understood what was said, and also that ends the comm cycle, "As you wish".
- the coach saying, "Good".
- Listen to this a few more times if you need to.
- Close out that example.
Things to Click:
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