As a leader, do you really listen to what your team members say? When you ask questions, how much of what you say is asking and how much is just you telling them what you want? In a world filled with dialogue and the exchange of ideas, people often forget to truly listen to what is spoken and what is left unspoken.
Effective listening is key at every level of any organisation. You can miss out on valuable insights that could impact your business’ profits by failing to listen.
Today, we get to learn how to become better at listening with our guest, Oscar Trimboli. He teaches us how we can get the most out of our team and help people achieve their own level of excellence by becoming an expert at deep listening.
Do you want to utilise the skill of deep listening to improving your bottom line? Then tune in to this episode now!
What We Talked About in This Episode:
- Deep Listening and Oscar’s Passion for It
- The Crossover Between Asking the Right Question and Deeply Listening
- Listening to the Unsaid
- The Consequences of Not Listening
- Recognising Blindspots to Become Better Listeners
- Tips to Listening Better
- Signs of Effective Listening
- Book Recommendation and Daily Rituals
About Our Guest:
Oscar Trimboli is a global expert at deep listening. His mission is to create 100 million deep listeners.
Get access to more resources and take the 7-minute Deep Listening Quiz to identify your Listening Villains here: https://www.listeningquiz.com
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