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In this episode:
Oscar Trimboli, Author of Deep Listening & Breakthroughs, Professional Speaker, Mentor and Director Microsoft Office Division Australia shares impactful insights on the power of deep listening.
Listen even when you disagree. Their pause is the most critical moment your listening. The speaker is NOT the most important person in the conversation.
1. Lost Listener 2. Shrewd Listener 3. Interrupting Listener 4. Dramatic Listener
This is the first ingredient in the recipe of deep listening. The reason why it’s critical to pay attention and listen completely including the pauses, the silence and thoughtful moments in a discussion is because of the simple maths between speaking and hearing.
Although you can think at 400 words per minute, you can only speak at between 125-175 words per minute. (Carver, Johnson, & Friedman, 1970).
Oscar Trimboli is a coach supervisor, speaker and author of Deep Listening: Impact beyond words, The 125/400 Rule: The Art and Science of Listening and Breakthroughs: How to confront your assumptions. He works with companies including Cisco, Google, HSBC, News Corp, PayPal, Qantas, and TripAdvisor.
Oscar lives in Sydney with his wife Jennie, where he helps first-time runners and ocean swimmers conquer their fears and contributes to the cure for cancer as part of Can Too, a cancer research charity.
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