|Welcome to the 97th episode of the award-winning Diverse Minds podcast! It’s the beginning of the month of July, and the theme for the month is myth-busting. So we’re going to be kicking off by talking about the art of listening to support someone in mental distress.|
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In today’s show on the art of listening
- Why I decided to make an episode on the art of listening to support someone. [00:59]
- How communication is important in the workplace. [01:51]
- What is active listening and how it’s different from listening? [02:12]
- The different components of active listening. [04:45]
- Examples of listening exercises I do in some of my training sessions. [09:27]
Quotes about the art of listening
- By making time and showing kindness, listening is more powerful than you can ever know.
- People are just not listening deeply. They like to jump in with their own perspectives, and are simply over keen to give advice.
- Communication is fundamental in the workplace and active listening forms part of this.
- Active listening is a holistic process which is the active involvement on behalf of the listener.
- If someone doesn’t want to give you the full story or talk straight away, you can always say, whenever you’re ready to talk, I am here to listen.
Resources on the art of listening to support someone
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