Everyone says that listening is very important, I mean, really important…
Some people deeply understand the need to be more effective listeners and know that it can be learned. Some of them are strongly committed to researching, writing, teaching and spreading their experiences and knowledge everywhere they can for us to […]
CP Moreau talks about how to respond to show you’ve listened to someone in Tip#10, the last in the series of ten listening tips in preparation for the 2017 International Day of Listening.
In Tip #9, Sandra Bodin Lerner talks about reflecting back what you hear from a listener to confirm understanding.
Anita Dorczak talks about why it is so important to understand cultural differences, in Tip#8, in a series of ten listening tips leading up to the 2017 International Day of Listening.
In the eighth tip of this Ten Listening Tips series Kathy O’Brien discusses how cultural and age differences are important, because people could have different expectations of listening and speaking.
In this seventh tip out of ten, Avi Kluger describes how he listens for the emotions behind communication.
The sixth of these ten tips is about looking for verbal versus nonverbal cues, by Graham Bodie.
The fifth of these ten listening tips is about listening to understand, not to respond by Laura Janusik.
In the fourth of the Ten Tips to Listening for the 2017 International Day of Listening, Michael Z. Murphy and Molly Elizabeth Murphy present on “Let the speaker finish talking before you respond.”
The third of ten listening tips for the International Day of Listening 2017 is How to be an open-minded listener by Debra Worthington.