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Title: Listening Barriers Created Date: 9/10/2008 7:56:41 PM Document presentation format: On-screen Show (4:3) Other titles: Verdana Arial Wingdings Calibri Bold Stripes 1_Bold Stripes Warm up!
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BARRIERS TO GOOD LISTENING A barrier is anything that gets in the way of clear communication. Below is a list of barriers that are listed in three categories.
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Chapter 5 Listening and Responding This multimedia product and its contents are protected under copyright law. The following are prohibited by law:
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Aural Processing and Barriers to Listening Aims and Objectives To describe the listening process To suggest some barriers that the teacher imposes To suggest some barriers that the student faces What is Listening?
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Listening & Responding HCOM-100 (Beebe & Ives, 2004, pg102) Communication Principles Listening & Responding Preview The principle of Listening and Responding How we listen Listening goals Listening barriers Listening skills Responding skills Responding with Empathy What You Do With Your ...
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Listening “To listen actively to another human being may the greatest gift you can give a person. The power to listen is a remarkably sensitive skill, perhaps the greatest talent of the human race.”
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Barriers to Listening Knowing the answer Trying to be helpful Treating discussion as competition Trying to influence or impress Reacting to red flag words Believing in language Mixing up the forest and the trees Over-splitting and over-lumping HOW DIFFICULT WOULD THIS BE?
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Listening Skills Rutherford County Communication & Conflict Resolution Training Series Objectives Upon the completion of training, you will be able to…
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Barriers to Listening Equate With Hearing Uninteresting Topics Speaker’s Delivery External Distractions Mentally Preparing Response Listening for Facts Personal Concerns Personal Bias Language/Culture Differences Faking Attention Bad Listening Habits Criticizing the subject or the speaker ...
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http://www.ehow.com/how_5171480_actively-listen.html Barriers to Active Listening Information overload We give too much information in a speech or presentation Audience Preoccupation As speakers we have the duty to know, or at least understand, our audience.
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Listening and Feedback Listening What is the difference between listening and hearing? 3 sets of skills involved in listening: cognitive motivational social Why is Listening Important?
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COMMON BARRIERS TO COMMUNICATION 1. SEMANTICS ... Ten Rules for Good Listening Rule Listening Reasoning Behind the Rule 8.Go easy on argument Don’t put people on the defensive and criticism and cause them to “clam up” or become angry; do ...
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Barriers to Effective Communication Process Barriers: involve all components of the perceptual model of communication Personal Barriers: involve components of an
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Title: Business Communication: Process and Product, 4e Subject: Chapter 3: Listening and Nonverbal Communication Author: Mary Ellen Guffey Last modified by
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One of the major barriers of communication in a workplace is the physical barrier. ... In such cases, you tend to have trouble listening to others or understanding the message conveyed to you. A few of the emotional interferences include hostility, ...
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... Key Communication Skills Basic Communication Skills Profile Meaning Fallacies about Listening Stages of the Listening Process Barriers to Active Listening How to Be an Effective Listener How to Be an Effective Listener (cont.) How to ...
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Barriers to Effective Listening Environmental barriers Physiological barriers Psychological barriers Preoccupation Message overload Egocentrism Ethnocentrism Fear of appearing ignorant Listening Styles Relational Listening => those who are most concerned with emotionally connecting with others.
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These barriers occur due to inappropriate transaction of words between two or more people. Two broad categories. Inefficiency in communication skills. ... Poor listening skills. Limited Vocabulary. If in your speech or writing, you are at a loss of words,
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Assumer: tunes out after the beginning of the discussion, assuming the rest Barriers to Listening External Barriers: Environment – temperature, place, noises, colors, distractions (you may or may not have control over these) ...
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External Barriers noises clutter other interruptions Internal Barriers Within the Listener Comparing Personal Experience Automatic Talking Mind -Reading ... Barriers Within The Speaker Internal Barriers Within The Listener INTERNAL BARRIERS EXTERNAL BARRIERS ACTIVE LISTENING BARRIERS * *
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Listeners and Speakers Chapter Two Table of Contents Understanding the Listening Process Barriers to Active Listening Becoming a More Active Listener Active Listening and Critical Thinking Guidelines for Evaluating Speeches and Presentations Listeners and Speakers It is the listener and speaker ...
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Barriers to Listening. Noise (physical, semantic, and psychological) Message overload. Message complexity. Lack of training. Preoccupation. Listening gap. Poor Listening Habits. Selective listening. Talkaholics. Pseudolistening. Gap filling. Defensive listening. Ambushing.
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Chapter 5- Listening and Responding Skills SPCH 153 Hearing vs. Listening Hearing= Physiological process of just decoding sounds Listening= Complex process of selecting, attending to, creating meaning from, remembering, and responding to verbal and nonverbal messages.
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Lecture#2 Verbal and Non-verbal Communication, Active Listening, Communication Barriers Ch. 1–* Communication is to give signals or messages through sounds, gesture or written symbols Communication is to Understand intended meaning Communication is life blood of every organization It helps you ...
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Noise – Internal and external distractions Examples: outside sounds, distracting thoughts Barriers – Blocks listening/understanding. Unfamiliar language, anger, attitudes, biases, needs, beliefs, fear, hearing problems, tuning out, stress, ignorance, prejudices, tired. Memory ...
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Speech Fundamentals Chapter 4: Listening Barriers to Effective Listening Select: To single out a message from several competing messages. Attend: To focus on incoming information for further processing.
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Nonverbal, Listening And Speaking Skills 2 Learning Objectives Recognize how the eyes, face, body and appearance can send nonverbal messages. Identify barriers to effective listening.
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Common Listening Barriers. Myth: Listening is a matter of intelligence. Fact: Careful listening is a learned behavior. Ten Myths About Listening. 1. Myth: Speaking is more important than listening. Fact: Speaking and listening are equally important.
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... Wikis The Listening Process and Its Barriers Listening in the Workplace Listening to superiors Listening to colleagues and teammates Listening to customers Ten Keys to Building Powerful Listening Skills Control internal and external distractions.
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Hearing vs. Listening Hearing- sense that allows you to perceive sound; physical act- only requires reception of sound waves Listening- mental process that requires concentrating on sound, deriving meaning from it, and reacting to it 1.
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Chapter 6 Listening and Taking Notes Effectively Preparing to Listen Listening Barriers Remembering What You Have Heard Note-taking Basics Note-taking Strategies
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The Power of Listening What is Listening? Listening (ILA, 1996): the process of receiving, constructing meaning from, and responding to spoken and/or nonverbal messages; to hear something with thoughtful attention.
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Causes of Poor Listening. Physical barriers. Personal barriers . psychological distractions & attitudinal biases. Questions on page 108. Gender barriers
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Fundamentals of Communication Chapter 5 – Listening and Critical Thinking Hearing A physiological activity that occurs when sound waves hit our eardrums Listening Listening Active process Receive and Constructing Meaning Responding to Messages Verbal and Nonverbal 4 types of Listening Active ...
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Barriers to Effective Public Listening Too Much Information Distractions Day Dreaming Biases Interact as a listener Ask questions where appropriate or rephrase the speaker's idea. Respond as a listener Respond with your body.
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Communication A key to effective stress management Troubles Talk: How Men And Women Respond Troubles Talk: How Men And Women Respond The Major Element of Communication Listening Barriers to Listening Daydreaming Comparing Rehearsing Being right Identifying Judging Mind reading Filtering ...
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LISTENING THE FORGOTTEN SKILL BY: ... Listening in spurts LISTENING THROUGH FILTERS Attitudes Values Expectations Past Experience Strong Feelings BARRIERS BETWEEN LISTENER AND SPEAKER 1. Only speaking represents power 2. Perception-Reception-Attention 3. Hearing what ...
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Listening at Work Effective Listening Skills Objective: Upon completion of this lesson, you will understand the importance of developing good Listening Skills in the classroom and workplace.
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RAPPORT BUILDING Define rapport building and provide a rationale for its use by WIC counselors in nutrition assessment Describe cultural, language, and other barriers to effective communication.
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Chapter 5 Objectives Describe the listening process Differentiate between hearing and listening Discuss the importance of listening Define and discuss types of listening Analyze barriers to effective listening Chapter 5 Objectives Use strategies for critical thinking Describe gender-based ...
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Problems with Ineffective Listening Poor listeners are perceived as less intelligent. In some careers, life and death situations are determined by an employee’s listening skills.
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Topping the speaker’s story Forgetting what was asked Asking too many questions The International Listening Association Barriers to Listening Emotions Too technical Too much information Past experiences Busy thinking about our answer Assumptions Opinions Open Ended Questions Good tools for ...
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Informational Overload Blurred Boundaries Relationships Conflict Spiral Human Moment COMMUNICATION BARRIERS Language Different 1st languages ... COMMUNICATION PROCESS Email/Electronic Media Tradeoffs COMMUNICATION BARRIERS COMMUNICATION BARRIERS OVERCOMING THE BARRIERS ACTIVE LISTENING IS ...
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... Barriers to Interpersonal Communication Bypassing Differing frames of reference Lack of language skills Lack of listening skills More Barriers to Interpersonal Communication Emotional interference Physical distractions Competition for power, status, ...
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Receiver more accustomed to speaking than to listening. Barriers That Caused Cronkite Miscommunication Emotional interference Physical barriers Ego prompted receiver to believe crowd was responding to his celebrity status.
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Hearing vs. Listening “Was I paying attention?” Hearing vs. Listening Do you think there is a difference between hearing and listening? You are right, there is!
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Communication takes place in a context Interpersonal Communication Model Barriers to Listening Preoccupation or Lack of Interest 1. Listen and develop interest. 2. Pretend to listen. 3. Tell them your not interested (honesty).
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CONTENTS. Listening. Active Listening. Active . v /s . Passive Listening. Becoming . an Effective . Listener. The Listening Process & Its . Barriers. Tips for Better Listening
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Life and Learning Workshop September 24, 2007 Presented by: Melanie Bentley-Cruz Center for Student Leadership and Community Engagement Presentation Overview Two opening activities Ways we communicate Barriers to communication Overcoming those barriers Listening Questions, comments, concerns ...
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The Communication Process Communication Barriers Internal Barriers: Lack of listening Uninteresting Unimportant Distraction – because receiver has begun to respond. Semantic Barriers: ...
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