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Active Listening Skills quotes by Bernard Kelvin Clive
#1. While others are broadcasting be listening #Quote by Bernard Kelvin Clive
Active Listening Skills quotes by Amit Pandey
#2. Listening is the key. The whole objective of a howl is to be heard. #Quote by Amit Pandey
Active Listening Skills quotes by Wu Han
#3. The chamber music repertoire is so vast that if one is genuinely curious about music, the art of listening, understanding and responding to a score, the elementary skills and requirements of chamber works are easily applicable to that of any solo playing. #Quote by Wu Han
Active Listening Skills quotes by Cindy Ann Peterson
#4. Exercising good communication skills are key to unlocking civility in the new experience economy. #Quote by Cindy Ann Peterson
Active Listening Skills quotes by Pushpa Rana
#5. If you hear I will speak but if you listen I will talk. #Quote by Pushpa Rana
Active Listening Skills quotes by Frank Mankiewicz
#6. A politician will always tip off his true belief by stating the opposite at the beginning of the sentence. For maximum comprehension, do not start listening until the first clause is concluded. Begin instead at the word 'BUT' which begins the second, or active, clause. This is the way to tell a liberal from a conservative - before they tell you. Thus: 'I have always believed in a strong national defense, second to none, but ... (a liberal, about to propose a $20 billion defense cut). #Quote by Frank Mankiewicz
Active Listening Skills quotes by Bill Drayton
#7. Listening is understanding. The skill of empathy is a must to be able to listen ... One can listen better if one sees the whole. #Quote by Bill Drayton
Active Listening Skills quotes by James W. Fowler
#8. Most of all I found myself listening- listening in the acutely active way that makes dialogue a truly hermeneutical act. Hermeneutics is the science of the interpretation of texts. Hermeneutics helps bring the meanings in texts to expression. Conversation as a hermeneutical enterprise helps persons bring their own meanings to expression. With sensitive, active listening we "hear out of" each other things we needed to bring to word but could not, without an other. This is Martin Buber's "I Thou" relationship with its dialogical transcendence; this is Reuel Howe's "miracle of dialogue. #Quote by James W. Fowler
Active Listening Skills quotes by Dave Eggers
#9. You can do and use the skills that you have. The schools need you. The teachers need you. Students and parents need you. They need your actual person: your physical personhood and your open minds and open ears and boundless compassion, sitting next to them, listening and nodding and asking questions for hours at a time. #Quote by Dave Eggers
Active Listening Skills quotes by Henry Kimsey-House
#10. We must be present enough and receptive enough to "hear" with our whole being beyond just the words that are being spoken. #Quote by Henry Kimsey-House
Active Listening Skills quotes by Jeb Bush
#11. I think this transition to a candidacy will allow me to be more direct about my advocacy of the leadership skills necessary for the next president to fix a few things, and as a candidate, contrary to someone who has been listening and learning along the way, I'll offer up alternatives to the path we're on as well, so I'll be more specific on policy. #Quote by Jeb Bush
Active Listening Skills quotes by Robert Dittmer
#12. Overcome Shyness

Here are some tips for overcoming shyness:
• Work on your listening and communications skills.
• Learn more about reading nonverbal communication, such as body language
and facial expressions.
• Let others take the lead in conversations, then jump in after the discussion
has begun.
• Observe others in environments that elicit shyness in you.
• Learn to smile. It's an ice-breaker.
• Learn to ask questions. That starts conversations. #Quote by Robert Dittmer
Active Listening Skills quotes by Bell Hooks
#13. Getting in touch with the lovelessness within and letting that lovelessness speak its pain is one way to begin again on love's journey. In relationships, whether heterosexual or homosexual, the partner who is hurting often finds that their mate is unwilling to 'hear' the pain. Women often tell me that they feel emotionally beaten down when their partners refuse to listen or talk. When women communicate from a place of pain, it is often characterized as 'nagging.' Sometimes women hear repeatedly that their partners are 'sick of listening to this shit.' Both cases undermine self-esteem. Those of us who were wounded in childhood often were shamed and humiliated when we expressed hurt. It is emotionally devastating when the partners we have chosen will not listen. Usually, partners who are unable to respond compassionately when hearing us speak our pain, whether they understand it or not, are unable to listen because that expressed hurt triggers their own feelings of powerlessness and helplessness. Many men never want to feel helpless or vulnerable. They will, at times, choose to silence a partner with violence rather than witness emotional vulnerability. When a couple can identify this dynamic, they can work on the issue of caring, listening to each other's pain by engaging in short conversations at appropriate times (i.e., it's useless to try and speak your pain to someone who is bone weary, irritable, reoccupied, etc.). Setting a time when both individuals come together to eng #Quote by Bell Hooks
Active Listening Skills quotes by Lee Gutkind
#14. This is the first lesson for writers - or anyone - who conducts interviews: If you want someone to talk, you've got to know how to listen. And good listening is a surprisingly active process. The interviewee is your focus of attention; you are there to hear what he says and thinks, exclusively. #Quote by Lee Gutkind
Active Listening Skills quotes by Carl R. Rogers
#15. The third facilitative aspect of the relationship is empathic understanding. This means that the therapist senses accurately the feelings and personal meanings that the client is experiencing and communicates this understanding to the client. When functioning best, the therapist is so much inside the private world of the other that he or she can clarify not only the meanings of which the client is aware but even those just below the level of awareness. This kind of sensitive, active listening is exceedingly rare in our lives. We think we listen, but very rarely do we listen with real understanding, true empathy. Yet listening, of this very special kind, is one of the most potent forces for change that I know. #Quote by Carl R. Rogers
Active Listening Skills quotes by Tony Buon
#16. At the heart of good communication, is not the process of talking, but that of listening. The first step to improve your listening skills is to stop talking. It is very difficult to talk and listen at the same time. #Quote by Tony Buon
Active Listening Skills quotes by Marc-Andre Hamelin
#17. I'm particularly keen on promoting this [Nikolai] Medtner piece, Night Wind, because I feel it is a fantastic work that hasn't been given its due yet. Admittedly, it's difficult for both the performer and the listener. The work is quite dense, comparatively long, as these things go, and demands rather active listening. But it's gripping, and I believe it should be heard much more than it has been. #Quote by Marc-Andre Hamelin
Active Listening Skills quotes by Peter Drucker
#18. Listening (the first competence of leadership) is not a skill, it is a discipline. All you have to do is keep your mouth shut. #Quote by Peter Drucker
Active Listening Skills quotes by Wildbow
#19. Okay, here's a cheat I learned in a leadership seminar. It's called active listening. Someone says something, a complaint, or a criticism, or they're excited about something that happened to them. For a lot of us, our instinct is to offer a solution, or expand on an idea, to fix or offer something. The key is to think about how they're feeling, be receptive to that, and parrot it back to them. They just got a new car, and they're happy about it? A simple 'that's excellent' or 'you must be so proud' works. It leaves room for them to keep talking, to know you're listening. For your teammate who just lost someone she obviously cared about, just recognizing that she's upset and she's right to feel upset, that's enough. #Quote by Wildbow
Active Listening Skills quotes by Sean O'Casey
#20. The artist's life is to be where life is, active life, found in neither ivory tower nor concrete shelter; he must be out listening to everything, looking at everything, and thinking it all out afterward. #Quote by Sean O'Casey
Active Listening Skills quotes by Neel Burton
#21. If you want to be heard, become a dentist. #Quote by Neel Burton
Active Listening Skills quotes by Greg Graffin
#22. The trick is: how do you talk about natural selection without implying the rigidity of law? We use it as almost an active participant, almost like a god. In fact, you could substitute the word 'god' for 'natural selection' in a lot of evolutionary writings and you'd think you were listening to a theologian. #Quote by Greg Graffin
Active Listening Skills quotes by Travis Bradberry
#23. Most people believe that their listening skills are where they need to be, even though they aren't. A study at Wright State University surveyed more than 8,000 people from different verticals, and almost all rated themselves as listening as well as or better than their co-workers. We know intuitively that many of them are wrong. #Quote by Travis Bradberry
Active Listening Skills quotes by Brian Spellman
#24. Our archaeological ancestry lost hair while growing sweat glands to reduce panting in the hot African sun. One outcome evolved the origin of our speech. Another conquered our ability to shut the hell up and listen. Now? Politicians grunting "On the Origin of Speeches" past one another. #Quote by Brian Spellman
Active Listening Skills quotes by C. Robert Mesle
#25. By listening with active openness, they help other people to articulate their own values more clearly and so to bring a richer vision of value into the relationship. "Under the relational conception of power, what is truly for the good of anyone or all of the relational partners is not a preconceived good. The true good is not a function of controlling or dominating influence. The true good is an emergent from deeply mutual relationships."6 #Quote by C. Robert Mesle
Active Listening Skills quotes by Angelica Hopes
#26. Would you like the rhythm of your heart to be calm?
Would you like the music of your soul towards harmony and fulfillment?
Deal with any conflict constructively to reduce stress, tension and other unwanted collateral effects. Sharing you strategies on how to deal with a conflict:
- take care of yourself and know well yourself
- clarify what personal needs threatened by the conflict
- identify a safe place and appropriate time for negotiation
- seek first to understand than be understood, listening skills is very important. #Quote by Angelica Hopes
Active Listening Skills quotes by Pearl Zhu
#27. Listening is an important skill to spark creativity and cultivate empathy. #Quote by Pearl Zhu
Active Listening Skills quotes by Michael Jesse Chonoles
#28. Many of the modeling mistakes are modeler's poor listening skills. #Quote by Michael Jesse Chonoles
Active Listening Skills quotes by Dick Allen
#29. You listen to people, you listen so deeply that you can hear their past lives,
The crackle of their funeral pyres, #Quote by Dick Allen
Active Listening Skills quotes by Margaret J. Wheatley
#30. All of us need better skills in listening, conversing, respecting one another's uniqueness, because these are essential for strong relationships. #Quote by Margaret J. Wheatley
Active Listening Skills quotes by M. Scott Peck
#31. But why bother? Why exert all this effort to focus totally on the boring prattlings of a six-year-old?
First, your willingness to do so is the best possible concrete evidence of your esteem you can give your child. If you give your child the same esteem you would give a great lecturer, then the child will know him- or herself to be valued and therefore will feel valuable. There is no better and ultimately no other way to teach your children that they are valuable people than by valuing them.
Second, the more children feel valuable, the more they will begin to say things of value. They will rise to your expectation of them.
Third, the more you listen to your child, the more you will realize that in amongst the pauses, the stutterings, the seemingly innocent chatter, your child does indeed have valuable things to say. The dictum that great wisdom comes from "the mouths of babes" is recognized as an absolute fact by anyone who truly listens to children. Listen to your child enough and you will come to realize that he or she is quite an extraordinary individual. And the more extraordinary you realize your child to be, the more you will be willing to listen. And the more you will learn.
Fourth, the more you know about your child, the more you will be able to teach. Know little about your children, and usually you will be teaching things that either they are not ready to learn or they already know and perhaps understand better than you.
Finally, the more ch #Quote by M. Scott Peck
Active Listening Skills quotes by John   Burley
#32. listen for twice as long as you speak #Quote by John Burley
Active Listening Skills quotes by Robert Dittmer
#33. Practice Good Listening

The most important element of good listening is simple: You have to want to
understand the other person's point of view. Listening is not about agreeing, or
defending. It's not about how often you nod your head in the conversation, how
many times you recap what the person said, or how many affirmations you give to
the other person. Those are techniques to help you become a better listener, but
they are not listening in themselves.

The fundamental purpose of listening is to gather information about the other
person, to understand where he's coming from, how she views a situation, or what
he values. If you sit quietly and let others do the talking, you can have an excellent
opportunity to learn, to gather information. And that can be very powerful - in
several ways. #Quote by Robert Dittmer
Active Listening Skills quotes by Stephen Covey
#34. You will never be able to truly step inside another person, to see the world as he sees it, until you develop the pure desire, the strength of personal character, and the positive Emotional Bank Account, as well as the empathetic listening skills to do it. #Quote by Stephen Covey
Active Listening Skills quotes by Ernest Agyemang Yeboah
#35. so many sounds do come close to our ears each moment. What we allow into our mind and how we interpret what we listen to is what propels our thought and actions #Quote by Ernest Agyemang Yeboah
Active Listening Skills quotes by Deyth Banger
#36. From listening and silence can be learn a lot of, but these skills to be learn that's the hard and complicated work... #Quote by Deyth Banger
Active Listening Skills quotes by Karl Wiggins
#37. And I'll tell you something else that we do, us minstrels and jugglers, acrobats and fools, we interact with more people than those I call Rag, Tag & Bobtail. We can't help it. And that makes us better listeners, more warm-hearted and benevolent, more willing to understand others. In short, better at communicating with people of different backgrounds.

We possess better people skills than your average Rag Tag. They'll fucking hate that, won't they? But screw them. It's true #Quote by Karl Wiggins
Active Listening Skills quotes by Peter Drucker
#38. Listening is not a skill; it is a discipline. #Quote by Peter Drucker

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