Active Listening
A Tiny Practice for Teams, Groups & Families

with Eileen Fisher

It can be hard to ensure that everyone’s voice is heard in a group meeting or conversation — some people naturally speak up, others prefer to listen. Yet you want everyone’s perspective, whether you’re coming up with new ideas, solving problems, or taking stock.

Eileen Fisher shares a simple, structured communication practice that her company uses with its teams to create space for everyone to speak — and be heard.

 

 

How could you use this practice? Are there others you use and can share?

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  • Sharon Fleming says:

    I plan to use this technique in my classroom. Too many students hesitate to share their thoughts. Telling what they learned while listening to someone sitting next to them isn’t as risky.

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