Feeling Of Oneness Historified
This literature-review based paper brings forth rapport-building, of all the techniques of NLP. Rapport is an arm of Neuro Linguistic Programming and it is not a new construct; rather it is a well-known feeling of oneness and harmony. The paper encompasses history of the construct, definitions given by various researchers in different contexts, its variables in terms of antecedents and outcomes. The paper also emphasizes on the significance of rapport in faculty-student context in higher education. Good faculty-student relationships lead to good educational and environmental outcomes. It is ‘not so easy’ to master the skill of ‘rapport’ in practice. Therefore, recommendations from literature on building ‘appropriate or optimum’ rapport in faculty-student context have been given here.
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