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Part of the Covey Leadership Library Series.

This workshop explores the difference between listening with intent to respond and listening with the intent to understand. It underscores the vital importance of diagnosing needs before prescribing solutions and demonstrates why much-hyped "active listening techniques" may actually contribute to miscommunication.

Included is an introduction and summarizing insights by Dr. Stephen R. Covey, founder and chairman of the Covey Leadership Center and best-selling author of The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People.

Participants will learn how to improve communications by sharing principles, attitudes and skills for better understanding.

INCLUDES

  • DVD
  • 5 participant guides

The Covey Leadership Library consists of five videos ("I Know Just What You Mean", "Leading By Example", "Mauritius", "Max and Max" and "Tearing Down The Walls") and series pricing is available, please call for details.

produced by CRM

Topics
Leadership and Management
Meeting Openers & Meeting Management
HR and Workplace Issues
Uses
Communication
Video Running Time (minutes)
20:00
Producer
CRM FranklinCovey
Featured Talent
Stephen R. Covey
Presentation Style
Dramatic Vignettes
Course ID
00242

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