What strategies could you employ to improve your active listening skills?
1.List two nonverbal skills that you think are important in each of the following contexts: professional and civic.
2.What strategies could you employ to improve your active listening skills?
3.Provide three examples of how eye contact plays a role in your communications throughout the day
4.As indicted earlier, research shows that instruction in nonverbal communication can lead people to make gains in their nonverbal communication competence.
List two nonverbal skills that you think are important in each of the following contexts: academic and personal
5. When someone sends you a mixed message in which the verbal and nonverbal messages contradict each other, which one do you place more meaning on? Why
6.Of the bad listening practices listed, which one do you use the most?
What can you do to help prevent or lessen this barrier?
7.The recalling stage of the listening process is a place where many people experience difficulties. What techniques (or technology) do you use or could use to improve your recall certain information such as people’s names, key concepts from your classes or at work?
8.Which style of listening best describes you and why?
Which style do you have the most difficulty with or like the least and why?
9.How can you help other’s listening skills by making your messages more “listenable”?
10.Listening scholars have noted that empathetic listening is the most difficult type of listening. Do you agree? Why or why not?