Five ways to better listening…and leadership

A recent poll in May queried over 2,000 people on what they felt was the single most important characteristic of a good listener.

Almost half (45.5%) said the key is “giving complete and focused attention to the discussion.”

How would you rate yourself on that point?

Five ways to better listening –

1. Talk less (more)

2. Be approachable and receptive (more)

3. Give your complete attention (more)

4. Maintain appropriate body language (more)

5. Work to understand the message (more)

Action Step: Interested in learning more? Visit talklesslistenmore.comto quiz yourself on your listening skills, pick up actionable tips on improving (in all the different roles of your life) these skills and download a guide for offline reference.

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