Failing to listen is hurting your organization’s bottom line.
The most powerful form of communication is not how people talk, but how they listen to understand.
“My hope is to create a movement where listening, not speaking, is recognized as the most important and powerful form of communication. Where there is personal focus on developing the skill of listening and where educators, business leaders, and corporations put time and resources toward the cause.
I decided to write this book because I believe people want to listen, understand, empathize, and be present for the people they love, care about, and work with, but we have not been taught how. We are all failing at listening while doing very little to address or solve the problem, and it is costing us dearly. We blame people for not listening while we primarily teach people how to talk, know, and tell.”
Christine Miles, Author
What Is It Costing You Not To Listen?
will encourage you to examine how you are listening. You’ll discover that not only are many of the problems in your life due to not listening effectively, but listening helps to solve most of your problems.
For those in business, transformational listening is good for your bottom line. It creates trust between you and your coworkers and helps everyone solve problems better, get things done more effectively, manage conflict, stay engaged, and empower one another.