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Tip on Active Listening Skills

  • pay attention to the speaker
  • repeat what you hear
  • use open-ended and probing questions
  • be patient
  • empathize with the speaker

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Active listening is important because it helps to build strong, positive relationships by fostering understanding, trust, and respect between the listener and the speaker.

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