Listen Up Or Lose Out

Eric Jacobson

Although people generally spend about 50 percent more time listening than speaking, the average listener misses more than he or she takes in – about two-thirds of any spoken message. authors of the book, Listen Up or Lose Out. Listening is not only the skill that lets you into the other person’s world; it is also the single most powerful move you can make to keep the conversation constructive” – Douglas Stone , Bruce Patton and Sheila Heen.

Listen Up Or Lose Out

Eric Jacobson

Although people generally spend about 50 percent more time listening than speaking, the average listener misses more than he or she takes in – about two-thirds of any spoken message. authors of the new book, Listen Up or Lose Out. Listening is not only the skill that lets you into the other person’s world; it is also the single most powerful move you can make to keep the conversation constructive” – Douglas Stone , Bruce Patton and Sheila Heen.

The Chronically Unhappy Employee

Lead Change Blog

Communication skills deficits (particularly deficits in active listening skills and the ability to read body language, interpret social cues, and step into others’ shoes).

8 Key Steps on How to Become the Best Possible New Boss

Chart Your Course

It’s about putting the “human” in human resources. Here’s an 8-step guide to begin building credibility, camaraderie, and teamwork as a manager: Listen up! One principal hallmark of a leader is active listening.

Leadership in Cybersecurity

N2Growth Blog

Human resource leadership. Meaning, the bad hackers don’t care if you are required to comply with a policy or law, nor do they care about your budget or resources. Actively listens while proactively accepting critique from subordinates, executives and board members.

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How to Build a Team « Survive Your Promotion!

Survive Your Promotion

Even if each of the people who report directly to you is highly motivated and wants to do great work, you will still need to spend time actively developing a sense of unity and collaboration to foster a true team-oriented environment. Survive Your Promotion!

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Executive Managerial Leadership Coaching: Case Study

Create Learning

Managerial communication & listening. Increased morale amongst direct reports, peers, and supervisors–based upon internal surveys, 360 degree feedback of employees, plus anecdotal evidence of Human Resources staff. Skills in active listening and communication to subordinates peers and supervisors. Below is an actual Executive Coaching and Managerial Leadership Training + Development process I facilitated. The methods and processes worked!