We look at the person their eye for better contact. Repeat back to them something that they have stated, using their words. Mirror their body language. Respond with uh-huh and other indications that let the speaker know you’re listening to them. While this posture may seem like listening, there are things internally in the listener that must-do for authentic listening and deep listening to happen.
It can be frustrating to be told you don’t have enough experience. So how do you get it?
While in the past, civilizations have faced war and threats from beyond a country’s borders – today, we face more threats from within. Habits and focus need to be changed to reflect those threats and leaders should have the conviction and morals to convince and advocate positive change.