Projecting the Image of an Active Listener von Dan O'Connor


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Über den Vortrag

Der Vortrag „Projecting the Image of an Active Listener“ von Dan O'Connor ist Bestandteil des Kurses „Communication Training for Managers (EN)“. Der Vortrag ist dabei in folgende Kapitel unterteilt:

  • Projecting the Image of an Active Listener
  • Non-Verbal Signals of Listening
  • Smile
  • Open Posture
  • Forward Lean
  • Tell Them
  • Eye Contact
  • Nod
  • What's Your Name Again?

Quiz zum Vortrag

  1. 7
  2. 3
  3. 13
  4. 17
  1. forward lean
  2. Fake a smile
  3. Frown
  4. Friday
  1. Nod
  2. Never lean back
  3. Nine
  4. Now
  1. Open posture
  2. Over the shoulder
  3. On the money
  4. One second
  1. create a visual association with the person and someone else who's name you remember
  2. keep repeating their name in your mind
  3. touch the person on the elbow
  4. Think of a cartoon you enjoy
  1. act like you're listening
  2. Recognize visual cues
  3. Send body language signals
  4. Use the tap and tilt

Dozent des Vortrages Projecting the Image of an Active Listener

 Dan O'Connor

Dan O'Connor

Dan O'Connor has been delivering tactical communication programs to businesses, governmental entities and individuals for over 15 years. The results from Dan's online communication training program and YouTube training videos are measurable in the responses of students and subscribers that he has helped create a personal compass for both personal and professional growth. One of the key aspects of his success is the emphasis on practical, day­to­-day communication solutions for the stressful situations with which we all live.

Dan's books, Say This not That! and Energy Vampire Slaying: 101, are devoted to helping readers find the right words for the right situations, and to giving people an arsenal of techniques and scripts (and attitudes!) for handling even the most challenging communication situations. Dan's goal in training is simple: to deliver immediately usable communication training tactics with authenticity, energy, and clarity, so participants actually have fun while learning. After taking his courses, you will agree: learning does not have to be boring to be effective; in truth, learning that is fun is more effective.


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