Prompts That Support Relationship Skills

Social-Skills is any skill facilitating interaction and communication with others. Ability to tolerate differences and rejections in interpersonal situations.

  1. Effective Communication: Assessing one’s ability to listen actively, express oneself clearly and assertively, and engage in open and honest communication.
  2. Conflict Resolution: Evaluating how well an individual can identify and address conflicts in a constructive manner, finding mutually agreeable solutions, and managing emotions during disagreements.
  3. Empathy and Emotional Intelligence: Measuring one’s capacity to understand and share the feelings of others, show empathy, and demonstrate emotional awareness and regulation.
  4. Active Listening: Assessing the ability to fully engage in conversations, pay attention, and understand others’ perspectives without interrupting or jumping to conclusions.
  5. Boundary Setting: Evaluating the skills to establish and maintain personal boundaries in relationships, ensuring a healthy balance between giving and receiving.
  6. Problem-Solving: Assessing one’s ability to identify and analyze problems, brainstorm solutions, and make effective decisions in a collaborative manner.
  7. Flexibility and Adaptability: Measuring the capacity to adapt to changing circumstances, be open to new ideas, and accommodate different perspectives in relationships.
  8. Empowering Others: Evaluating the skills to support and uplift others, encourage their growth and development, and foster a sense of empowerment and autonomy.
  9. Active Support: Assessing one’s willingness and ability to provide practical and emotional support to others in times of need, demonstrating reliability and care.
  10. Cultural Sensitivity: Evaluating the awareness and respect for diverse cultural backgrounds, beliefs, and values, and the ability to navigate cultural differences with humility and openness.
  1. What are some things you can do to be an active listener?
  2. Why is it valuable to learn about the perspectives of others?
  3. How did you handle a time you disagreed with a friend?
  4. What are factors that have influenced your perspective on an issue?
  1. What are some ways you are similar to your family?
  2. What are some ways you are similar to your friends?
  3. How can you work together with someone who likes to do things differently?
  4. What did you learn from an experience of misjudging someone?
  5. How does the media create or reinforce societal expectations of various social and cultural groups?
  1. What makes a good team in/at ____?
  2. What are some qualities that you want in a friend in/at ____?
  3. What are some ways you let friends know you care about them in/at _____?
  4. What are some conflicts you have seen happening in/at _____?
  5. What are some conflicts that you have seen happening in/at ____?