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rapports, plural;
  1. A close and harmonious relationship in which the people or groups concerned understand each other's feelings or ideas and communicate well
    • - she was able to establish a good rapport with the children
    • - there was little rapport between them

  1. a relationship of mutual understanding or trust and agreement between people
  2. Rapport is one of the most important features or characteristics of subconscious communication. It is commonality of perspective: being "in sync" with, or being "on the same wavelength" as the person with whom you are talking.
  3. Trusteer is a privately held computer security firm responsible for the development of Rapport security software. The company has headquarters in the United States and Israel.
  4. Rapport (literally translated as Report) is one of the two main news programmes from the Swedish television broadcaster Sveriges Television (SVT).
  5. Relational database produced by the British consulting firm Logica, ported to Multics at STC in the early 80s and later used at several sites.
  6. comes from French, from Old French, from raporter, "to bring back," from re-, "back, again" (from Latin) + aporter, "to bring" (from Latin apportare, from ad-, "to" + portare, "to carry"); see per- in Indo-European Roots.
  7. The level of cooperation achieved between the interviewer and the respondent.
  8. Things you have in-common with the prospect. With our system, we usually refer only to what matters most: NAMES in common!
  9. That conscious feeling of harmonious accord, mutual responsiveness, and sympathy that contributes to the patient's confidence in the therapist (or other individual) and willingness to work cooperatively with him or her.
  10. A good, communicative relationship with another person. NLP teaches a number of tools for creating and maintaining this.
  11. The engagement and holding of the unconscious, willing attention. When individual people or animals, or groups synchronize their behaviour, whether deliberately or unconsciously, they are said to be in rapport. ...
  12. ReoPro in Acute Myocardial Infarction and Primary Percutaneous Transluminal Coronary Angioplasty Organization and Randomized Trial
  13. Two or more people being in sync. Getting along well and agreeing on what is currently going. Mirroring each other in some fashion and communicating. Understanding each other.
  14. Refers to the communication between the hypnotist and the subject before trance work has commenced. A good sense of rapport between the client and the hypnotherapist is essential for a successful hypnosis session, since the client may otherwise resist the therapy.
  15. A state of trust established between hypnotist and subject.
  16. The ability to establish positive relationships with people; to be able to get along with others; to make others feel comfortable around you.
  17. The process of responsiveness, at the unconscious level.  The ability to relate to others in a way that creates a climate of trust and understanding.
  18. A condition in which responsiveness has been established, often described as feeling safe or trusting, or willing.
  19. Relation of harmony, comfort, and accord; state of being in tune with your subject.
  20. This special ability specifies a character and a condition. The specified character costs 1 less to add to your squad when the specified condition is met. If that character is defeated, it scores victory points equal to the reduced cost. ...
  21. Having rapport is the connection you feel with a close friend or someone you get along with. Examples include that feeling you get when you and a girl are totally into each other and willing to share secrets and even have some inside jokes. Rapport is critical for real attraction.
  22. The presence of trust, harmony, and cooperation in a relationship.
  23. A relationship of ease, harmony, and accord between the student and examiner or therapist.
  24. refers to a way of communicating which results in a feeling of connecting with another, building harmony, trust and cooperation.  From the NLP realm, the ability to establish and maintain rapport is considered to be an important, even essential, relational skill. ...
  25. When bodies flow in unison while in conversation as if in a dance, they have achieved perfect rapport. ...