Truly listening to someone requires our active attention and participation. When others feel heard, it strengthens relationships and builds empathy. This week is all about listening to understand others. Learn more by clicking on the play button below.

Dive in

Interested in strengthening your listening skills? It all starts with some good ol’ learning and self-reflection. Skill 1 of Empathy in your AIR Space has everything you need to improve this area. Check it out!

Did You Know?

Active listening is linked to strengthening relationships, building greater trust, better team collaboration, enhanced individual and group decision making, higher productivity, and improved creativity and innovation. Want to learn more about the benefits of innovation? Click here.

Resilience at Work

Are you a people manager? Active listening in the workplace helps to build strong relationships at work, so you can effectively deal with challenges as they arise. Your network is the foundation of your success as a manager. Learn more about the importance of active listening at work here.

Resilience in the Community

Active listening is important while communicating with children. Children need to feel heard and it’s an essential part of their growth and development. Plus, by modelling good behaviour, you implicitly teach them how to truly listen, setting them up for positive relationships in life. Check out these tips for listening to kids!

Spread the Love❤️

This week, be a soundboard for someone that needs it! Chances are, you know someone that could use a listening ear. You can help someone immensely just by listening and making them feel heard and understood.

“Listening is an art that requires attention over talent, spirit over ego, others over self.”

– Dean Jackson

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