June 21, 2008 4:43am CST
lets discuss here something really worthy thing in day to day life which is called communication skills everybody need to communicate in order to live his life in a good way but only few people knows this art . so lets share our view on it. i think listening is most important part of communication if you dont listen properly then you can speak effectively what do you think ?
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3 Sep 08
Listening is a vital role in communicating to others. It's in how you listen that determines the accuracy of your answer and how well you explain your view. To communicate effectively is a very big plus for people especially during interviews as they look for a job, etc.
3 Sep 08
For me I would say that my communication skill is ZERO. I agree with you that to communicate well you need to listen properly to the 2nd person, but I think the most important think is that you should understand the nature and the mood of the speaker and then communicate with him. What do you say?
2 Sep 08
can u elaborate what do u meant by only few people knows the art..i think all the humans on this earth are smart and have been gifted by GOD this ability to communicate..whether a person is blind still that person communicates well..so i think we all communicate in our manner feasible.. yeh thou listening is the most important element for the same..which we all do possess the quality but there are variations in the way we grasp the knowledge or undersatnding a particular thing..
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22 Jun 08
I think it takes good listeners to hold a conversation also. It also takes communication from the other person you are talking to as well. I have tried to tell my husband this for years. He is finally listening to me when I speak and he is trying very hard to communicate back with me.
21 Jun 08
yes, I do think its important to listen to what the other person is saying but I think non-verbal communication is very important - the look in a person's eyes, their body language etc helps us to pick up on other people's feelings. The inability to see these things in telephone or online discussions can lead to misinterpretation of the other person's words.