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  • Submitted to: Miss Ravneet Kaur Tung Submitted by: Priya Trehan Parul Dhingra Rajiv
  •  Definition  Purpose of listening  Facts Of Listening  Hearing And listening  Why to be a good listener?  Process of listening  Types of listening  Barriers  How to be a good listener?
  •  Listening is the ability to understand and respond effectively to oral communication.  It is a psychological process which requires more attention from the receiver.  Every Good Conversation starts with Good Listening.
  •  The primary purpose of listening is to UNDERSTAND what the other person is saying , not necessarily to AGREE with him/her.
  •  A state of mind  An intension to listen  A method of understanding  A process of clarifying and verifying
  •  More than 35% of businesses think listening is a top skill for success.  Less than 2% of people have had formal education with listening.
  • Writing 9% Speaking 30% Reading 16% Listening 45%
  •  Hearing: Hearing is With the Senses. Ears pick up sound waves which are then transported to your brain.  Listening: Listening is with the mind. Communication process and, to be successful, is an active process.
  •  To be recognized and remember  To feel valued  To feel appreciated  To feel respected  To feel understood  To feel comfortable about a want or need WHY TO BE A GOOD LISTENER?
  • Understanding Learning Remembering Recalling Evaluating Judging Responding Answering Receiving Hearing
  •  Ignoring listening  Selective listening  Empathetic listening  Active listening
  •  Ignoring what the speaker say completely.  It is the worst type of listening.
  •  Listen only the portions of talk you want to listen and don’t listen the other portions.
  •  It based on empathy.  Here the listener share the speaker his emotions and feelings and problems.
  •  The important type of listening.  In active listening, the receiver tries to understand what feelings, thoughts, & beliefs are being communicated and accepts it as the person’s own.
  •  Hearing  Attending  Interpreting  Evaluating  Remembering  Responding
  •  Physiological Barrier  Physical Barrier  Attitudinal Barrier  Cultural Barrier  Lack Of Training  Bad Listening Habits
  •  Stop Talking  Think Before Talking  Use Non Verbal Communication  Take Notes  Give Feedback
  •  L ook  I nquire  S ummarize  T ake notes  E ncourage  N eutralize