I ONCE MET with two women to discuss “listening training” as a vital aspect of executive development. After a few casual remarks, I asserted that listening is not well understood in the workplace. “I don't know if I entirely agree with that,” objected one of the women. Her remark caught me off guard. After a moment of hesitation, I calmly replied, “What is it that you think you don't entirely agree with?” “I think our executives have an intellectual appreciation of listening, but they ...

Register for Complete Access (Valid Email Required)

By registering on MeetingsNet now, you'll not only gain access to Printer-friendly, you'll get exclusive access to a large archive of premium content.

Already registered? here.