2 Ears 1 Mouth

2 Ears 1 Mouth
Rapport Issue


Publication Date

December 28th 2014


Mark Shraga

As I draw my Masters Degree research program (MA Applied Coaching) to a close I am astounded at the central importance emerging around the subject of listening. Stephen Covey is famous for many things, the ‘habits of highly effective people’ being right at the top of the list. When Mr Covey said ‘people rarely listen without the intent to reply’ he was of course highlighting that supremely valuable habit of highly effective people, i.e. the ability to listen fully. Perhaps, maybe going as far as super coach Michael Neill would say ‘to listen like a rock with an ear’. In fact, there are so many ways to listen; no wonder Frank Pucelik says ‘the listener controls the quality of the...

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