Communication isn’t all about what you say. It’s about what you hear, what you notice, and how you respond. In short: it’s about how you listen. And despite leaders spending eighty-three percent of their day listening, only two percent of them have ever been trained in how to listen effectively?
At a time when we are more technologically linked than ever, our conversations have never been more distracted and disconnected?because most don’t know how to truly listen?
The result? You constantly fight to be “heard” over all the noise and distraction. You feel frustrated, confused, ignored, and feel like no one is paying attention. You are drained and tired of repeating yourself. Work conversations take longer than necessary because most people only listen to fourteen percent of what the speaker thinks and means.
How to Listen
, Oscar Trimboli, host of the Apple-award-winning podcast Deep Listening, shows you how to unlock your listening superpowers. Trimboli shares practical and pragmatic insights to help you notice when you aren’t listening?and what to do about it?
When you understand the art and science of listening, you’ll master the missing half of communication?and create a more powerful impact in your workplace and beyond.