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Listening

  1. 1. Listening Skills Tomsa Ana Miron Victoria XI “C” Grade “Prometeu-Prim” Lyceum
  2. 2. IntroductionPure listening builds trust, credibility,and respect. One reason is that when youfully listen instead of trying to composeyour response, the result is a relevantand on-target response. What you saywhen you do respond is proof of how wellyou listen.
  3. 3. >looking around >come across as rushed The “Preoccupied’s”>doing smth. else >can’t sit still and LISTEN >multitaskers
  4. 4. The “Out-to-Lunchers” >blank look on their faces>daydreaming >Physically there for you but not Mentally
  5. 5. The “Interrupters”>ready to chime in at any given time >complete the sentence for you >try to guess what you will say >they are NOT Listening to you
  6. 6. The “Whatevers”>remain aloof >show little emotion >DON’T CARE about anything you have to say
  7. 7. The “Combatives” >are armed and ready for war>enjoy Disagreeing and Blaming others
  8. 8. The “Analysts”>ANALYZE-WHAT-YOU-ARE-SAYING-AND-FIX-IT mode >counselor and therapist >provide you with unsolicited answers >love to help >think are great listeners
  9. 9. The “Engagers” >let your ideas unfold >encourage you to continue talking >let you discover your own solutions>put themselves in the speaker’s shoes >the Consciously Aware Listeners >LISTEN with their eyes, ears and hearts
  10. 10. The End
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