Leadership experts for years have been encouraging Managers to improve their listening skills. Good Listening is not just about making the speaker feel respected and heard; it is also about making sure you understand what is truly said.
You may do better in life with these three better listening.
- Think: Engage in the conversation by thinking ahead and anticipating what the speaker is going to say. Try to anticipate the conclusions. Don’t just hear the words.
- Review: Pause briefly and mentally summarize the points.
- Listen: Watch nonverbal cues that could indicate what the speaker is not saying.
WHAT IS NOT SAID IS OFTEN AS IMPORTANT AS WHAT IS!!