Social Sensitivity

Social sensitivity describes the proficiency at which an individual can identify, perceive, and understand cues and contexts in social interactions along with being socially respectful to others. This is an important social skill and having high levels of social sensitivity can make you more well-liked and successful in social and business relationships.

An example of someone with low social sensitivity would be an individual who only talks about themselves, interrupts and talks over others, and who ignores social cues to stop talking. An example of someone with high social sensitivity would be a person who understands conversational cues and stops talking in order to listen at the appropriate time.

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