by Graham Burke
Hello everyone. For those in the UK, I do hope the improving weather and longer days are increasing your energy levels as we start to get outside more and more. This Den update is a little different. Not an article but an Interview for you to take a look at. James and...
Whilst doing research for this and other blogs I came across a book by Shelle Rose Charvet
, entitled “Words that Change Minds”. It is a very comprehensive book on the subject of language and provides further food for thought on how we listen with our brains.
Set out below is an extract of a few of the items I think are most relevant to a PMO setting. But I would encourage you to get the book and review it in full to gain the greatest benefit.
By way of introduction, the book is all about “LAB Profiles” – related to language and behaviour. And to do it justice the following is a direct quote from the book.
In this article we take a look at ‘listening with our brains’, something that really taps into that great PMO practitioner skills of active listening – plus we all love a framework and in this article there are two to take a look at.
“ . . . being present with those around you and actively listening is a very selfless act”.