Effective Communication Strategies—Merlin Huff, MFA

April 13, 2018

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What is the best way to engage in a conversation when deeply held beliefs and ideas clash? Is there a way to frame a conversation that allows for real communication—not just “winning” or “losing” an argument?

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Merlin Huff earned an MFA from the Yale School of Drama, and has worked as both a film and stage actor. Owner of Huff Studios, Merlin helped actors and non-actors understand and step into the shoes of personalities and viewpoints very different from their own. Merlin spent two years as a management consultant, and now holds the role of Integrator at a real estate company in South Dakota.


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