The Art and Science of Deep Listening - A Masterclass
Here at The Listening People, we believe that really listening to your employees, customers and your community is the keystone to building meaningful connections.
Most leaders agree. The more senior you are, the more of your day is spent listening. In fact, executives and boards spend 83% of their day listening. Yet only 2% of people have been trained in how to listen.
We were thrilled that Oscar Trimboli ran a masterclass for some of our clients and friends on deep listening. During this one-hour Zoom session, we learned about the art and science of listening:
- The most common barriers to listening in the workplace
- The neuroscience of listening
- The four villains of listening
- How to listen for what is UNSAID
Never has it been more important to make and sustain meaningful connections with the audiences that are most important to us.
Never has it been more important to deepen our listening skills.
We hope you enjoy the recording of our engaging and insightful session with Oscar.
If you would like to chat about a listening exercise for your organisation, please get in touch.
About Oscar Trimboli
Oscar Trimboli is on a quest to create 100 million Deep Listeners in the world. He is an author, Host of the Apple Award winning podcast—Deep Listening and a sought-after keynote speaker.
He is passionate about using the gift of listening to bring positive change in homes, workplaces and the world.
Through his work with chairs, boards of directors and executive teams in local, regional and global organisations, Oscar has experienced firsthand the transformational impact leaders and organisations can have when they listen beyond the words.
He consults to organisations including Cisco, Google, HSBC, News Corp, PayPal, Qantas, TripAdvisor helping executives and their teams listen to what’s unsaid by the customers and employees.
Oscar lives in Sydney with his wife Jennie, where he helps first-time runners and ocean swimmers conquer their fears and contributes to the cure for cancer as part of Can Too, a cancer research charity.