active listening

Listening is crucial tool in developing human relations. One of the most prevailing forces in supporting mental health and social well-being comes from ensuring that everyone of us has the opportunity and ability to speak and be heard by everyone.

One of the most potent components of Group Effort is the development of active listening skills. This means that we explain, train, and practice this soft skill.

We, of course, use it ourselves when working with groups but, we also facilitate and develop active-listening skills as a part of every service we offer. In short, a heavy emphasis is placed on this critical social skill and you will hear us refer to it consistently.

The consistent use of active-listening within workplace and social settings promotes:

  • confidence
  • empathy
  • understanding
  • compassion
  • observation
  • attention to detail
  • self-awareness
  • situational-awareness
  • integrity
  • supportive environments
Active Listening – 10 Tips

Ten tips to start you down the path of becoming a better communicator by developing

Guide To Active Listening

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