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Are You Really Listening?

Keys to Successful Communication

by Paul J., Ph.D. Donoghue

  • 264 Want to read
  • 19 Currently reading

Published by Sorin Books .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Communication Studies,
  • Personal Growth - General,
  • Family/Marriage,
  • Family & Relationships,
  • Psychology,
  • Communication,
  • Interpersonal Relations,
  • Stress Management,
  • Listening

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages224
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8722108M
    ISBN 101893732886
    ISBN 109781893732889
    OCLC/WorldCa59712280


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Are You Really Listening? by Paul J., Ph.D. Donoghue Download PDF EPUB FB2

Practicing psychotherapists, Donoghue and Siegel answer these questions and more in this thoughtful, witty, and helpful look at the reasons why people don't listen. Filled with vivid examples that clearly demonstrate easy-to-learn listening techniques, Are You Really Listening.

is a guide to the secrets and joys of listening and being listened to/5(42). Great book on communication and active listening. Demonstrates examples and techniques on how you can improve and the case studies are also great.

Well worth a read for your professional and personal life/5. In perhaps the greatest service, the authors suffuse this book with the essential spirit and meaning of listening--a vital human act of connecting with another person- /5.

Filled with vivid examples that clearly demonstrate easy-to-learn listening techniques, Are You Really Listening. is a guide to the secrets and joys of listening and being listened to. [Review from ] Enjoyably readable, both practical and profound, this book hits all the right notes. This is “Are You Really Listening?”, section from the book Success in College (v.

For details on it (including licensing), click here. This book is licensed under a. So no, listening to a book club selection is not cheating. It’s not even cheating to listen while you’re at your child’s soccer game (at least not as far as the book is concerned).

Filled with easy-to-learn listening techniques, "Are You Really Listening" is a guide to the secrets and joys of listening and being listened to. About the Author Paul J Donoghue and Mary E Siegel are psychologists in private practice in Stamford, Connecticut/5(32).

Paul J. Donoghue, S. M., Ph.D. and Mary E. Siegel, Ph.D., psychologists in private practice, are the authors of Are You Really Listening?: Keys to Successful Communication (Sorin Books ). Their first book, Sick and Tired of Feeling Sick and Tired: Living With Invisible Chronic Illness (WW Norton), is now in its 16th printing and in its Second Edition.

All that said, if you’re reading or listening for leisure—not for work or study—the differences between audiobooks and print books are probably “small potatoes,” he adds. Why Listening to a Book Is Not the Same as Reading It and all of that implies D—which you really want to take in, then you should probably be reading that text, not listening to it.

Publisher: Sorin Books, Very good. ARE YOU REALLY Are You Really Listening? book KEYS TO SUCCESSFUL COMMUNICATION By Mary E. Siegel VG+. Book is in Very Good Condition. Text will be unmarked. May show some signs of use or wear. Will include dust jacket if it originally came with one. Satisfaction is guaranteed with every order/5(70).

You're Not Listening is a book in which author Kate Murphy explains how important listening to others is in terms of creating and maintaining a good connection with them. I frequently encounter people who talk, talk, talk at you but when it comes to your turn to speak /5.

Listening is an essential skill worth every effort to learn and to master. Listening takes us out of our tendency toward self-absorption and self-protection. It opens us to the world around us and to the persons who matter most to us. When we listen, we learn, we grow, and we are nourished.

"Are You Really Listening. Keys to Successful Communication" is a Are You Really Listening? book guide to relationships, and the value of listening--a skill desperately needed in a world prone to misunderstandings and worse. According to the simple model of reading, then, you really can’t consider listening to a book to be easier than reading it.

But there are other differences here, of course, one being that it’s really easy for your mind to begin to wander when you’re listening to an audiobook. But is that more or less likely to happen as skimming the less.

Listening is not a one-way process. It’s not just about hearing. Listening often requires you to dig so you really understand what’s being said.

I was reminded of this in the webinar Friday. Which went great, though the Q&A portion was a little difficult to manage. Normally in a. : Are You Really Listening?: Keys to Successful Communication () by Paul J.

Donoghue; Mary E. Siegel and a great selection of similar New, Used and Collectible Books available now at great prices/5(70). "Listening is a magnetic and strange thing, a creative force" writes Brenda Ueland in her essay On The Fine Art of Listening. The people who "really listen Author: Ellevate.

Like me, I guess the people who choose listening with audio books must be the one who is really love reading and learning new things, or have interest searching for new world.

Another reason we choose MP3 format is because, reading offline is more convenient than online especially when we are in a bus, or driving, or cooking.5/5. In general if you are 28 years old and in graduate school and you listen to audio books then the worst thing about the whole practice is admitting it to your graduate-school peers.

Every time a book comes up in conversation, your dude friends will ask “Did you listen to that on audio book. I listen to audiobooks in the car, while out walking, and if it’s an awesome book, in the shower.

But my favorite thing to do while listening is fall asleep. Yep, every night after my eyes are too tired to read paper, I turn off my light, stick my earbuds in, snuggle in, set the Audible app’s sleep timer for 8 or 15 or 30 minutes, and drift Author: Sarah S.

Davis. To find out if you really could like audiobooks, I'd suggest listening to a book you already love, or listening to a narrator who is known to be a great narrator. I started with Harry Potter.

I love the books so I gave Jim Dale a try and he's amazing. The questions you pose to whomever you are listening to help to ensure the right intellectual environment, and these combined create what Nancy Kline defines as the Thinking Environment (), where there is a sense of attention, ease and appreciation.

ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: pages ; 22 cm: Contents: The importance of listening --Spouses and partners --Parents and children --Professionals and clients --Managers and employees --Friends and siblings --The basic forms of non-listening --Defending --Identifying the "me too" syndrome --Giving advice --Judging --Learning to listen to ourselves.

“Are you really listening or are you just waiting for your turn to talk?” R. Montgomery. Listening is likely the most needed skill when in conflict. However, as this quote indicates, it is more often that we are not really hearing what the other person is saying – just waiting to speak.

Or, we interrupt to get our point across sooner. In a blog about the art of listening, Robin Dance said that he told his children "God gave you two ears and one mouth so you could listen twice as much as you speak." He believes "listening, active listening, is a dying art." He advises "putting down your phone, looking people in the eye" what most of us would consider common : Eric J.

Hall. Listen actively in social situations and in class environments. Apply strategies that make listening more effective. Are you a good listener. Most of us like to think we are, but when we really think about it, we recognize that we are often only half listening.

We’re distracted, thinking about other things, or formulating what we are going to. You may get so caught up in what you believe are the correct details that you aren’t able to understand this person’s experience and allow the conversation to move forward because you’re not actually hearing or listening to the other person’s sharing.

There are many books about effective listening skills. The following common guidelines can help you to accomplish effective listening in the vast majority of situations.

Be sure you can hear the speaker. It is surprising how often people do not really listen to other people. Be aware that active listening can give others the impression that you agree with them even if you don't. It’s also important to avoid using active listening as a checklist of actions to follow, rather than really listening.

It may help to practice Mindful Listening if you find that you lose focus regularly. Really listening can feel risky, which seems strange because listening doesn’t materially change anything. But sometimes you’ll hear things that are hard to hear. Remember that listening is. You may think you’re able to listen to your partner’s latest gripes about work — god knows, we all have them — while you’re scrolling through your Facebook feed, Marin says, but you’re Author: Mark Shrayber.

Are You Really Listening. Audiobook. Keys to Successful Communication By: Paul J. Donoghue, Mary E. Siegel Narrated by: Matthew Wunder Length: 6 hrs and 31 mins Unabridged Audiobook Release date: Language: English. If you tie this in with the book Redefining Reality by The Great Courses Professor Steven Fimbel you really have a great understanding of how we think, act and do along with why.

I would also recommend Caroline Myss book Self Esteem and the Four Agreements to give you a total picture. Listening also requires you to hear every single word, unlike reading, in which some of us are likely to take in whole sentences at a time, swallowing books in big gulps. Chances are you think you’re a good listener.

People’s appraisal of their listening ability is much like their assessment of their driving skills, in that the great bulk of adults think they. You can apply these in a variety of situations whether it’s listening to your children, listening in a business meeting, listening in a classroom, listening to your family members at the dinner table, listening to someone who’s networking, or listening to a sermon in church.

I believe that if you can develop a passion for listening to. See more quotes about listening. How does this quote make you feel?. You can report quote corrections via the "Conversation" tab below. Search on Google Books to find citations of this quotation. Are You Really Listening. (Paperback) Keys to Successful Communication.

By Paul J. Donoghue, Mary E. Siegel, Joan Lunden (Foreword by). Ave Maria Press,pp. Publication Date: September 1,   Six Ways to Listen to Your Employees Poster Feedback Pass out very big poster boards, one for each department, and invite everybody to write or draw on the posters at their next staff meetings.

During that time you really want to listen and probably really feel listened to. But you know what happens from there – kids, jobs, homes, financial pressures, family commitments, social engagements begin to fill our days and lives and, to be honest, sometimes we just don’t listen to each other anymore.