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Workplace listening

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Workplace listening

Workplace listening is a type of nonverbal communication in communicating in the workplace, as understanding messages wholly entails more than simple verbal messages.

See also

References

  • Anderson. P.A. (2008). Nonverbal Communication Forms and Functions (2nd ed.). Long Grove: Waveland Press Inc.
  • Guffey, M.E., Rhodes, K., & Rogin, P. (2006). Business Communication: process and product (3rd ed.). Mason: Thomson South-Western.

External links

  • Spring-institute.org/Listening Skills in the Workplace
  • Listening Skills Ways to Improve Your Listening Skills
  • Buzzle.com/Effective Listening in the Workplace
  • Powertochange.com/10 Tips to Effective & Active Listening Skills
  • Businesslistening.com/How to Listen (Attentive Listening Skills)
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