Be an “Active Listener” to Improve Relationships

February 25th, 2015 by admin

“Active listening” is a critical skill for professional counselors. It’s used to help clients feel they are being truly heard. The term “active listening” actually originated in business literature to help managers communicate more effectively. You can benefit from these skills too. Here’s how: 1) When listening to another person, show your interest by changing your emotions appropriately to react to the speaker’s point, concern, or idea.

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