How Do Our Minds Work When We Are Listening?

How Do Our Minds Work When We Are Listening?

Debbie Taylor

25 years: HR & Management

In the third video of her series, Debbie continues to explore the things that get in the way of good listening. She references clinical psychologists specialising in communication and highlights what they have discovered about how meaning in conversations can get lost and how to overcome misunderstandings.

In the third video of her series, Debbie continues to explore the things that get in the way of good listening. She references clinical psychologists specialising in communication and highlights what they have discovered about how meaning in conversations can get lost and how to overcome misunderstandings.

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How Do Our Minds Work When We Are Listening?

3 mins 58 secs

Overview

Many things get in the way of good listening as we are human beings not robots and these are covered in the next three videos. In this one, we learn how listening is impacted by the differences in speed between our talking and thinking and how are minds work when we listen.

Key learning objectives:

  • How quickly do humans talk and think?

  • How do our minds work when we are listening?

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Debbie Taylor

Debbie Taylor

Debbie Taylor worked at Natwest for almost 20 years before becoming a HR Director and opening her own HR consultancy 'People and business'. She provides commercial HR support to owner managed businesses nationwide and aims to always bring 'people' into business planning.

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