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How to listen better

Pramila Ahuja

How to listen better

by Pramila Ahuja

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  • 4 Currently reading

Published by Sterling, Distributed by Abt Books in New Delhi, New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Listening.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementPramila Ahuja and G.C. Ahuja.
    ContributionsAhuja, G. C.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsBF323.L5 A38 1990
    The Physical Object
    Paginationviii, 93 p. ;
    Number of Pages93
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL1775857M
    ISBN 108120712250
    LC Control Number92130810
    OCLC/WorldCa24160756

      So no, listening to a book club selection is not cheating. It’s not even cheating to listen while you’re at your child’s soccer game (at least not as far as the book is concerned). Petersen Book Review: Why Don't We Listen Better Listening is a vital and important part of communication. While speaking clearly and concisely is imperative, true listening is central to speaking with mindfulness and in the case of the counselor, this mindfulness has the possibility of leading clients to their own solutions to life’s tough.

    Practical Book Review of Petersen Text Ronshana Mitchell Liberty University SUMMARIZE The focus of James Petersen’s text “Why Don’t We Listen Better: Communicating & Connecting in Relationships” surrounded the topic of communication and how to better improve on it.   The communication that counts takes place when you stop, look and listen—a useful admonition for conversation, too. Related: 9 Tips to Say It Better So, when it’s your turn to listen .

    Improving listening skills can help teams work more smoothly. Anne Hardy's member team at SAP encompasses 14 nationalities, and it is sometimes hard to get them to listen to each other, says Ms. In his book, Why don't we listen better? Communicating and connecting in relationships, James Peterson explores good communication skills through active listening, understanding and a thorough look at the communication process. Learning to listen provides a foundation for .


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In the book Listen Well, Lead better, authors Steve and Becky Harling offer incredible insight and resources to improve active a society today, where we are responding with a touch of a button, always having something to say or the need to feel heard to prove a point, our ability to really listen to others and have a heart-to-heart conversation is at an all-time low.

These are one of those books I wished I had been reading when i was a kid. An amazing book to help you listen better, and if you listen better, you learn more. and if you learn more, you EARN more. to much to talk about in one review. If you are in a area where you need to interact with people BUY THIS by: This book can help you learn to listen your way to better How to listen better book, from intimate to casual or work-related.

He discusses the need to abandon the win-lose mentality of contemporary culture. His book highlights our culture’s courtroom-like communication that so often puts us at odds with each other/5(84).

What an eye-opener. When I started the book I thought I was a good listener. Now I know better. I am a card carrying listener/talker now. Insightful, thought provoking and thoroughly enjoyable to by: 2.

running heading: why we listen better. practical book review of petersen stephen jackson student id: presented to: dr. me cooper in partial fulfillment of the. The more we practice it the better we become. It begins with us and finishes with us. This means that we hold the solutions within us; it makes it even easier when we share the communication techniques in this book with our friends, relatives and work mates.

How To Listen Better book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers.2/5(3). Why Don't We Listen Better. Communicating & Connecting in Relationships by Dr. James C. Petersen is a self help guide to sharpening communication skills.

This book is drawn from both personal experience and the study of communication. James C. Petersen has worked with several couples and families.

He draws on experiences with his own family and relationships within. Practical Book Review Why Don’t We Listen Better 3 March Practical Book Review One: James Petersen Presented to Dr. Marcus Tanner Liberty Baptist Theological Seminary Lynchburg, VA In Partial fulfillment Of the requirements for the course PACO Introduction to Pastoral Counseling By Margaret Tlusty February, HEY.

Do you have a book that you tend to go back to time and time again. Jim Petersen’s book, Why Don’t We Listen Better?, is one where I find so much inspiration. In college I majored in Organizational and Interpersonal Communication. Innear the beginning of the MP3 audio book craze, the New York Times charmingly detailed the listening habits of New York authors, who.

Book Review: Why Dont We Listen Better Words | 5 Pages. book review: Why don’t we listen better Presented to Dr. Mario Garcia In partial fulfillment of the requirements of Introduction to Pastoral Counseling PACO Liberty Baptist Theological Seminary Lynchburg, VA Feburary 3, PRACTICAL BOOK REVIEW: PETERSEN My Summation: James Petersen’s book Why Don’t We.

Getting through to someone is a fine art, indeed, but a critical one nonetheless. Whether you are dealing with a harried colleague, a stressed-out client, or an insecure spouse, things will go from bad to worse if you can't break through emotional barricades and get your message thoroughly communicated and g on his experience as a psychiatrist, business consultant, and coach Cited by: Petersen, J.

Why don’t we listen better. Communicating and connecting in relationships. Tigard, OR: Petersen Publications. James Petersen uses five parts to illustrate the talking and listening process to help us understand a better way to communicate with each other and understand one another in his book, Why don’t we listen better.

Why Don’t We Listen Better. Communicating & Connecting in Relationships By James C. Petersen. SUMMARY. James C. Petersen’s book, Why Don’t We Listen Better?Communicating & Connecting in Relationships, is a treatise on talking and listening organized in five sections.

The first section explores communication options. Why Don't We Listen Better. book. Read 19 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. With a light touch and sensible techniques, Dr.

Jim Pet /5. Listen. book. Read reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Learning to walk again is the easy twelve-year-old Charley, rec /5.

"Lily Tomlin once advised that we 'listen with an intensity that most people save for talking.' The Lost Art of Listening tells us how. This is a very special book that distills years of clinical wisdom into practical advice about improving our most important relationships and, ultimately, who we by: 5 ways to listen better “In our louder and louder world, says sound expert Julian Treasure, “We are losing our listening.” In this short, fascinating talk, Treasure shares five ways to re-tune your ears for conscious listening — to other people and the world around you.”.

This is one of the smallest section in the book but it stuck out to me due to a friend I have. Some people cannot listen (Petersen, ). I have always been there to listen to her when she has things going on in her life but when I need her we always end up talking about her problem.

Reading a book is sometimes better for memory and reading comprehension than listening to an audiobook—but not always. It depends on the material—and what you hope to get from it.It's better. But only in certain cases. The critical difference, for me, between reading and listening is that reading is something you do, where listening is something that happens to you.

The last part of the book centers on the group communication. The author gives advices how to use his method in different groups. All four chapters make step by step and easy guide to the strategy of successful communication. The book contains nice illustrations which help to understand the author’s message better.