Interpersonal Communication

Most of us don’t practice our communication skills or realize active listening skills are the key to successful communication with bosses, subordinates, co-workers and family members.

We deliver active listening workshops along with a 65 page printed participant guide. These workshops can be delivered over 3 separate 2 hour sessions or a one full day session to cover the three-part target as follows:

Part One – Target

  • Why active listening skills?
  • Listening process
  • Effective communications
  • Barriers to communication

Part Two – Target

  • Understanding your communication style
  • Behaviour Definitions
  • Personal style inventory
  • Perception
  • Nonverbal behaviours of communications
  • Nonverbal tips for improved communication

Part Three – Target

  • The art of giving and receiving feedback
  • Using constructive feedback to effect positive change
  • Guidelines for receiving feedback
  • 10 irritating listening habits
  • Listening attitudes & behaviours inventory

Check out the 10 irritating listening habits below.

Call toll free 1-855-926-8573 or 204-926-8573 to book your session.

10 Irritating Listening Habits

Do you ever find yourself falling into any of these habits?

1. Interrupting the speaker

2. Not looking at the speaker

3. Rushing the speaker and making him feel that he’s wasting the listener’s time

4. Showing interest in something other than the conversation

5. Getting ahead of the speaker and finishing her thoughts

6. Not responding to the speaker’s requests

7. Saying, “Yes, but…” as if the listener has made up his mind

8. Topping the speaker’s story with “That reminds me…” or “That’s nothing, let me tell you about…”

9. Forgetting what was talked about previously

10. Asking too many questions about details.

Be honest with yourself! Are your listening habits irritating to others? If someone was doing these things to you when you were talking to them would you give them feedback as to how irritating their listening habits are and what they could do about it to improve their listening skills?