Do you really listen or do you just hear? Listening is crucial to success when selling your business, speaking to a customer or having good relationships with friends and family.
A major part of my role as a therapist is the ability to listen closely and to really hear what the person is saying – also how they are saying what they are saying.
Listening well is a skill which you can learn and develop. Consider these tips:
Think about where your mobile is when you have a conversation with your employee, your customer or your child. Change your behaviour and send a message that the other person is important to you at that moment.
There is a saying “You have two ears and one mouth, use them in proportion.” Not a bad thing to remember.
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Elaine is a consummate practitioner who has been working on herself and others for over 25 years. Combining her compassion and intuition with her commercial experience she has the rare ability to show...