Great Honest Listener

Great Honest Listener

Being a better listener is an invaluable skill at work and beyond. Mind Tools provides these suggestions: (1) Pay attention, (2) Show that you are listening, (3) Provide feedback, (4) Defer judgment, and (5) Respond appropriately. Here are some other suggestions. There are also many ethical implications of being a better listener: (1) By taking the time to intently listen to others we show our respect towards others, (2) We invite open and unprejudiced communication, (3) We express value in others' ideas.
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