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Gestures actually help your audience listen better

Gestures: Dramatizing Your Words

This post is #6 in a longer series of articles based on a presentation I gave to the Public Relations Insitute of Australia on “How To Make Your Audience Listen Better.” The Introduction to
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Presentation Skills: Eye Contact

This post is #6 in a longer series of articles based on a presentation I gave to the Public Relations Insitute of Australia on “How To Make Your Audience Listen Better.” The Introduction to
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Empathize With Your Audience

This post is #4 in a series from a presentation on Creative Slip-Ups: The 11 Most Common Mistakes in Brainstorming. The Introduction to the series is here. The Problem: Thinking
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What Good Listeners Do

Funny how some advice from the stone ages – say, 1971 – can remain relevant. This morning I found an article using the anagram SAFE, from What Good Listeners Do,
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Self Talk, or The Voice In The Back Of Your Head

This post is #3 in a longer series of articles based on a presentation I gave to the Public Relations Insitute of Australia on “How To Make Your Audience Listen Better.” The Introduction
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Three Types of Audiences

This post is #2 in a longer series of articles based on a presentation I gave to the Public Relations Insitute of Australia on “How To Make Your Audience Listen Better.” The Introduction
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Get To The Point

This post is #1 in a longer series of articles based on a presentation I gave to the Public Relations Insitute of Australia on “How To Make Your Audience Listen Better.” The
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10 Tips To Help Your Audience Listen Better

The day I wrote this article about how to help your audience listen better, I received this e-card with its remarkable message:  I’m only responsible for what I say, not
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Boy, Listen!

Listening Techniques: How to Respond

Here are the basic listening techniques to use when replying to an interviewee’s responses.  Each can demonstrate that you’re pro-actively listening to the respondent which increases your listening efficiency as
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Listening

Of all the topics in the category of Questioning, possibly the most difficult skills to learn and practice is listening. Listening is actively hearing what a person is saying –
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