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Make good eye contact, don’t interrupt what the other person is saying and show an interest in what is being communicated. Also don't look at there shoulder and stare of waiting for something else.
A good listener does not check their phone or tablet in the middle of a conversation. Also don't just think on what you are going to say and interrupt. just listen and wait till he/she are done.
A good listener uses positive body language; leaning forward and showing an enthusiastic, relaxed nature is good but slouching and crossed arms are negative. Also a good listener uses positive body language; leaning forward and showing an enthusiastic, relaxed nature.
A good listener does not approach a conversation with prejudice, expecting to know what’s going to come out of the speaker’s lips. They don’t listen with a pre-formed opinion but attempt to have an open mind to what’s being communicated. Also you want to care and show empathy.
A good listener identifies areas of agreement with the speaker whilst avoiding the cliché statement: “I know exactly how you feel.” Because you don’t. Also A good listener remembers. They remember and follow up conversations wherever possible. They treat what is shared with respect and where appropriate ongoing interaction.
A good listener knows how to treat what is shared with confidentiality. They are trustworthy and sensitive with information and never look to use anything that is shared for any purpose other then good.
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