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Purposes of listening


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Purposes of listening by Hafsa Qureshi

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Purposes of listening

  1. 1. LOGOLOGO Purposes Of Listening Hafsa Qureshi
  2. 2. LOGOLOGO Purposes Of Listening To gain new information:- Whenever you listen to learn something, you are engaged in informational listening. There are many examples of informational listening. such as.. when you listen to the news, watch a documentary, in work meetings , when a friend tells you a recipe or when you are talked-through a technical problem with a
  3. 3. LOGOLOGO Purposes Of Listening • To quest and test evidence and assumptions • When a speaker presents a message,much of what is said consists of facts(verifiable data) or opinions(inferences). Good listeners test those facts and opinions against
  4. 4. LOGOLOGO Purposes Of Listening • To be inspired • Listening to someone in any form like speech, music or any form can be really inspiring through which some people learn or some people get motivate. • Someone get touched in different ways by listening something inspiring, “touched” means it bring in feeling of like honored, flattered, crazy or many
  5. 5. LOGOLOGO Purposes Of Listening • To be inspired • Some people can move on from something they are stuck by listening to inspirational speech/music.
  6. 6. LOGOLOGO Purposes Of Listening • To improve communication • Be a Good Listener • Listen for the other person's talents and interests • Never talk over people This demonstrates a real lack of respect
  7. 7. LOGOLOGO Purposes Of Listening • Listen actively. Focus on active listening instead of passive listening • Maintain eye contact. By looking the other person in the eye, you are proving that you're interested in what they're saying • Don't finish other people's sentences Research has shown by doing this you are dis- empowering the other person because you are taking control of the conversation
  8. 8. LOGOLOGO Thank You..