A Checklist to Help You Listen Like a Pro


How to Signal that You Are Interested and Actively Listening

Listening. It's a term that, for some of us, goes in one ear and out the other.

But have you ever really sat down and thought about how well you listen to others?

Probably not because, quite frankly, it's not really something people think about. People assume that, yes, they are listening to clients and colleagues - and listening well.

Unfortunately, many people just aren't attentive listeners. And, if you're not a good listener you may see many of your personal and professional relationships dissolve over time.

People want to feel appreciated. They want to feel that the person they're talking to is interested in what they have to say. And, guess what? As a listener, YOU can show them!

Here is a checklist of signals that you can use to show that you're interested and actively listening.

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