Responding, Understanding, Remembering, Hearing, and Attending
Listening, Hearing, Reflecting, Remembering, Understanding
Thinking, Hearing, Remembering, Understanding, Responding
Often have very little interest in active listening.
They will let you speak a little so you won't leave.
They usually go on and on talking about certain subjects.
People who listen well but only to certain parts that interest them
Being a good listener will help you evaluate information better which enhance your ability to make good judgments and decisions
It helps you fit in well with the crowd
People wouldn't look down on you if you are an expert listener.
Improving your listening abilities will help you be a better citizen of the world
When someone tries to persuade you by appealing to your emotions or biases against a person
Using euphemisms or idioms
Is when people use hand gestures or sign language to prove their point
Is when someone brings up unrelated facts or issues in order to distract the listener from the real issue.