Have you ever found yourself in a conversation where you felt like the other person wasn’t really listening? Maybe they were looking at their phone or nodding along absentmindedly. It can be frustrating, right?
Well, the good news is that there is a solution: Active listening. Active listening is the practice of fully focusing on and understanding the speaker’s message. It involves not only hearing what they are saying, but also paying attention to their body language, tone, and emotions. By doing so, we can improve our communication skills, build stronger relationships, and increase productivity.
Key Points by : Lianne C. Tamayo