CPD Talk: Listening to make a difference
The Oxford English Dictionary defines Pay Attention as take notice of someone or something. The real question that syncs with this definition is “How to pay attention?”. Many of us are so used to juggling in between thinking, doing and conversing all at one go, whereby all these three are indeed like glass balls – which can fall apart and break if we are unable to juggle them in synchronicity.
Researchers have found that we can get distracted by external stimuli as well as internal stimuli and these different distractions require different strategies to be overcome. Interestingly, listening stands out as an important aspect between the external and internal stimuli – as we tend to hear voices from within ourselves as well as from externally.
This CPD Talk conducted in a lab session style is specially designed to applying the strategies to Pay Attention! – Listening to make a difference. Would you like to learn what it is all about and how it works?
4 Key Learning Outcomes:
a. Learn how to listen
b. Learn how to observe
c. Learn how to understand
d. Learn how to interact – get your message across