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The world is a noisy place where you fight to be heard every day. Despite the fact that we have been taught at home and at school how to speak, none of us have had any training in how to listen. Multiple academic studies have shown that between 50% and 55% of your working day is spent listening, yet only 2% of people have been trained in how to listen.

We feel frustrated,isolated and confused because we aren't heard.

As a speaker, it takes absolutely no training to notice when someone isn't listening - they're distracted, they interrupt or drift away as you talk.

Yet the opposite is also true, without any training in how to listen we struggle to stay connected with the speaker and the discussion.

This results in unproductive workplaces where people fight to be heard and need to repeat themselves constantly, send emails to confirm what they said and then have follow-up meetings to ensure what was said was actually heard by those in the meeting. It's a downward spiral that drains energy from every conversation and reduces the productivity of organisations.

This podcast is about creating practical tips and techniques to improve your daily listening.

Deep Listening - Impact beyond words - Oscar Trimboli Oscar Trimboli

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The world is a noisy place where you fight to be heard every day. Despite the fact that we have been taught at home and at school how to speak, none of us have had any training in how to listen. Multiple academic studies have shown that between 50% and 55% of your working day is spent listening, yet only 2% of people have been trained in how to listen.

We feel frustrated,isolated and confused because we aren't heard.

As a speaker, it takes absolutely no training to notice when someone isn't listening - they're distracted, they interrupt or drift away as you talk.

Yet the opposite is also true, without any training in how to listen we struggle to stay connected with the speaker and the discussion.

This results in unproductive workplaces where people fight to be heard and need to repeat themselves constantly, send emails to confirm what they said and then have follow-up meetings to ensure what was said was actually heard by those in the meeting. It's a downward spiral that drains energy from every conversation and reduces the productivity of organisations.

This podcast is about creating practical tips and techniques to improve your daily listening.

    Deep Listening 2020 Podcast Survey

    Deep Listening 2020 Podcast Survey

    G’day and Thank you so much for supporting the Apple Awards Winning Podcast "Deep Listening "

    We'd love it if you could take 7  minutes to let us know how we can bring you the best possible content for the next 70 episodes. 

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    Since 2017, The Apple Award-Winning Podcast “Deep Listening – Impact beyond words” is the global resource for people who want to improve their listening in the workplace.

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    The surprising importance of impatience and great listening

    The surprising importance of impatience and great listening

    Author, thinker, researcher and a reputation for asking massively difficult questions oh and occasional comedian David Clutterbuck is one of the earliest pioneers of coaching and mentoring.  

    David shares what makes a powerful question, and the importance of being an impatient listener 

    • 41 min
    Unlock the ancient secrets between listening and breathing with James Nestor

    Unlock the ancient secrets between listening and breathing with James Nestor

    We breathe 25,000 times a day, but we've lost the ability to breathe correctly. Learn what went wrong, how we fix it, and the enormous difference it makes.

    James Nestor is an award-winning author, who has spent the last few years exploring breathing: it's million-year-old history and how it affects our lives today.
    Learn the difference between mouth breathing and nose breathing. Find out what the deal is with 'focussing on your breath', and how it's the key to listening to yourself.

    • 38 min
    Emergency listening - 3 secrets from medics

    Emergency listening - 3 secrets from medics

    How do you listen when time is critical? What do medical staff actually listen for?  

    Associate Professor Ginger Locke shares the art and science of how medics think and perform.

    Learn from her experience in training doctors about empathy, curiosity and the dangers of seeking efficiency.

    Discover the difference between what doctors say and what patients hear, and how deep listening can make the difference between life and death.

    • 46 min
    Listening to You - Deep Listening 2020 Podcast Survey

    Listening to You - Deep Listening 2020 Podcast Survey

    G’day and Thank you so much for supporting the Apple Awards Winning Podcast "Deep Listening "

    We'd love it if you could take 7  minutes to let us know how we can bring you the best possible content for the next 70 episodes.  Just visit oscartrimboli.com/survey that’s www.oscartrimboli.com/2020survey

    Since 2017, The Apple Award-Winning Podcast “Deep Listening – Impact beyond words” is the global resource for people who want to improve their listening in the workplace.

    When the deep listening podcast is published, all I know about YOU is the date, time and country the podcast was downloaded.
    I want to get to you better, how did we meet? What do you struggle with when it comes to your listening? What’s been the most useful tip you have applied are just some of the things I want to know to make this podcast better for you


    I know the difference between hearing and listening is taking action.
    I will be implementing what you ask for
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    Our promise is by implementing the tips and techniques from the podcast, you will get 4 hours a week back in your work schedule.

    What could you do with an extra 4 hours per week?
     
    Thanks for listening

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    The 4 different ways adults listen and why it's so hard

    The 4 different ways adults listen and why it's so hard

    How do you listen in such a way that the speaker better understands themselves?

    Leadership expert and author, Jennifer Garvey Berger, gives a masterclass in how to listen at Level 5: listening for meaning.

    Jennifer shares her experiences of shaping conversations through listening, diving deeper than the content of what's being said and revealing what has given rise to the dialogue in the first place.

    Learn why everyone you listen to is the most interesting person in the world.

    • 45 min

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