Active Listening

One comment on “Active Listening
  1. Tom Linstead says:


    Many thanks for this timely piece of advice!

    With a job interview beckoning tomorrow it’s been very well received and has initiated a rethink.

    Out the window goes:
    – the cunning plan one had for their marketing strategy..unless asked for
    – the use of possessives
    – ones head buried in ones notes

    In comes:
    – listen, listen, listen, speak
    – the 3 second rule
    – body language & eye contact

    Can it be mastered within an evening? We shall wait and see!

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