1. For communication at work, are listening skills important? If so, provide multiple reasons. How would you describe your listening skills? Is listening the same as hearing? What is selective hearing?
2. In your own words, what does professional demeanor mean to you? How is nonverbal communication part of your professional demeanor, and the image you portray to others? Is your message always consistent, between your professional demeanor and your nonverbal communication?© BrainMass Inc. brainmass.com October 10, 2019, 2:44 am ad1c9bdddf
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1. For communication at work, are listening skills important? If so, provide multiple reasons.
Listening skills are very important in any work place. Listening skills are important to ensure accuracy of information, courtesy of others, and enhancement of the organization. Furthermore, listening skills are important to increase productivity in the workplace. When individuals are working together, it is important that they communicate clearly with their co-workers and that the co-workers genuinely listen to what is being said. When an individual does not clearly listen to their co-worker it can cause dysfunction and disorganization in the workplace, to the detriment of the company.
How would you describe your listening skills?
If we are talking in terms of the workplace, my listening skills are quite well. When working in any environment, I strive to ensure that my listening skills are excellent. I do this for several reasons including showing respect for other employees and also for my own job safety. If you are an individual that chooses not to listen to their ...
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