Effective Listening Skills Inventory for Investigative Interviews
Do you ever interrupt someone because you fear “losing” what you want to say? Do you become momentarily engrossed in your thoughts, then return to reality to find someone awaiting your answer to a question you didn’t hear? Most of us are at fault for interrupting or being distracted from time to time. Particularly, though, in an interview environment where focus is key, distractions or interruptions can be detrimental to the interview.
Watch, listen, learn from this week’s conversation between Barb Carr and Benna Dortch:
Now, learn how to inventory your listening skills. Internalizing suggestions can recalibrate your thought and communication processes. Your work and your communication style will reflect the changes you’ve made.
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When? Wednesday, April 4, 2018
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