Vaish
Senior Executive - Hr

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Hi guys,

A small piece of information to share with all of you.

Though all of you know that listening skill is very important for any profession, we sometimes tend to ingore or rather do not give more importance to a person who talks.

What a good listener will do

- Think less about himself and more about the conversation.

- Adopt a relaxed stillness.

- Respond positively to initiatives other people make in a conversation.

- Be ready to deduce the important messages that are left unsaid.

- Make the right noises and avoid using too much of the six famous expressions.

- Use appropriate facial expression.

Ethics in Listening

- Be a good listener

- Use kind words.

- Avoid offensively dogmatic expressions.

- If you hear people mispronounce or misuse a word, don't humiliate them by pointing out their mistakes.

- improve on vocabulary, and use right pronoun.

- Don't worry if you can not find the right word.

- Avoid slang, and dont use bombastic words to exhibit your vocabulary skills.

- use simple english.

Dont be lost in conversations as well

- Don't let small talk become a "police tactical interrogation."

- Don't disclose too much of yourself too soon. It can make some people uncomfortable

- Don't discuss controversial topics such as religion and politics.

- Don't make direct personal comments about a person's clothing, grooming, skin color, age or accent

- Don't show your limitations. Always equip yourself with a well-stock mind.

Many times, in organisations we come up with such a situation, where someone would come and keep talking with us to while away there time,where in you are really busy with ur deadline, This in turn is actually making u unproductive. How do you guys tackle such a situation??? :?:

Cheers,

Anu

Hi. Dear .
You have posted good topic. I think it is one of the most required skill for the HR professionals as you can solve 50% of the problems by just listening carefully.
Everyone wants that he / she should be listen by someone.
keep posting
regard,
Mayur

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