The Listening Connection

(Global Listening Members' Blogs)

Coming Soon - The Journal Of Global Listening, The Listeners Digest, The Global Listener.

Listening: imperative for patient safety

Philippa GoransonAssoc. Director (Health Communications) Global Listening Centre. Listening in the healthcare encounter is a complex matter–even if it appears easy at first glance. In fact, listening is an underused potential. Listening is about understanding what the patient is saying to draw out the fundamental ideas, while gathering information to find answers and weigh options.

The art and skill of active listening

All human progress starts with communication. Without learning from others, understanding challenges and problems, receiving constructive input and feedback that make us grow, and getting our points across, we can never reach our full potential as creative human beings. Yet we are often bad at communication, and what we may perceive as a meaningful dialogue

If They Would Only Listen

Can We Communicate without Listening?

The missing component

Listening from a Nurse’s Perspective