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Tag Archive: listening

  • Workplace Kindness

    Workplace Kindness

    Isn’t it about time KINDNESS was taken more seriously and seen as an important and powerful component of good business? In an increasingly VUCA (volatile, uncertain, complex and ambiguous) world, there is a pressing need for more responsible and kinder forms of leadership in both business and society. Haskins and Gill carried out a comprehensive research project with leaders from around the world and identified key attributes of empathy,…

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  • Conscious Listening

    Conscious Listening

    Have you ever been in conversation with someone while: texting another thinking about what you are going to say next deciding what you are having for dinner or all the above How conscious were you of listening? According to sound and listening expert, Julian Treasure, we listen through filters which are as unique as our fingerprints. These filters are developed throughout our lives and are influenced by language, culture, values, experiences and…

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  • Enabling Exchange

    the circle, Clare Downes, Enabling Exchange

    Guest Article written by Clare Downes, from the circle What is the Enabling Exchange? I believe that the best way forward in business is an open exchange of experience to enable development and progression. The Enabling Exchange is about encouraging a positive exchange across start-ups, SMEs and family businesses with corporate organisations, to help businesses develop and evolve. Within family businesses there are complex networks of…

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  • Gift of Listening

    Give the gift of listening

    Give the Gift of Listening this Christmas In this communication age of 24/7 connectivity how much active listening do we actually do? Although hearing is an automatic function, active listening is something that we have to choose to do. According to Julian Treasure, author of Sound Business and regular TED contributor, few of us are taught to listen consciously and most people think they are far better at it than they really are. We can listen…

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