Listening is a skill that is required in every aspect of life. Whether you are listening to a presentation at work.
Making eye contact shows that you are interested and engaged in the conversation.
Interrupting someone can come across as rude and disrupt the flow of conversation.
Asking questions shows that you are engaged in the conversation and want to learn more.
Repeating back what the other person has said shows that you are actively listening and understanding.
Playing with your phone or other distractions shows that you are not fully invested in the conversation.
When you're considering a course of action, it can be helpful to list out the potential benefits and drawbacks.
Sometimes it takes a while for the other person to get to the point. Being patient and allowing them to speak will help you better understand them.
Unless specifically asked, avoid giving advice. This can come across as condescending or judgmental.
Try to understand the other person’s point of view, rather than just listening to respond.
In order to truly listen, you need to be present in the conversation. This means putting away distractions and giving the other person.
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