What Did You Say? How to Become a More Effective Listener

Learning to Listen

Do you think that you’re a good listener? Most people do, but in reality, very few people possess the skills necessary to be an effective listener.

Being an effective listener means listening to connect with and learn something new from a person, instead of just listening to respond. Being mindful of the way you’re communicating with your conversational partner will help you build relationships. At home, practicing effective listening will help develop resourceful, self-reliant kids. Being able to understand and discourse with your colleagues and supervisor can advance your career. Additionally, practicing mindful listening with your romantic partner will no doubt help foster a deeper bond.

Can you think of any relationships you’ve had that may have been ruined by a lack of clear communication? Perhaps a misunderstanding caused by one party not listening to the other party the way they should have been?

If you’re interested in improving your communication skills, you don’t want to miss out on this opportunity!

What to Expect from Our Time Together

Many successful leaders and entrepreneurs credit their success to effective listening skills. Think of a great leader you admire in your life - are they a good listener? Most likely!

During our time together we’ll be discussing what effective listening is and why it’s important. We’ll also be providing you with insight, strategies, and tips for how to go from being an okay listener to being a FANTASTIC listener.

By following the advice we’ll be providing during this webinar, you’ll be sure to walk away with a toolbox of effective methods to use next time you sit down to have a conversation.

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Get Truly Connected

These days, we’re more distracted by technology and other gadgets than ever before, which means that it’s becoming more and more simple to let our face-to-face communication fall to the wayside.

In this day and age, learning how to cut through the distractions and really listen to the words someone is saying is a skill many are lacking. If you’re looking to set yourself apart as a leader, a friend, a partner, or an employee, this is a skill that you definitely want to possess.

In fact, listening is so critical that many top employers provide listening skills training to their employees. After all, good listening usually does lead to better customer satisfaction, higher productivity, fewer mistakes, and more innovative work overall.

Without the ability to listen effectively, messages are easily misunderstood, communication breaks down, the sender of the message can become frustrated or irritated, and relationships crumble.

Don’t let this happen to you! Join us for What Did You Say? How to Become a More Effective Listener!

We Can’t Wait to Get Started on Monday, August 15th at 12:15 pm EDT!