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fair environment for your employees.Q5.Can people be taught to be effective listeners? Explain your answer.(4)Can listening be taught?Indeed, listening is not a skill that can be developed solely within classroom time. Theimprovement of listening skills requires time commitment and proper exposure to multiplecontexts.However, that does not mean that the teachers cannot make the best out of theclassroom time. listening far from popular belief, is not a passive receptive skill.On the contrary,it is an active skill that involves the listener construct meaning of a message either collaborativelyby interacting with a speaker or non-collaboratively without interaction with a speaker.In bothways, it is essential that the listener understands the context.Without a proper context, themessage itself does not contain any meaning.How to become an Effective Listeners?There are several ways to become an effective listener, you must need to follow them:1.Stop talkingIf you’re talking, you’re not listening. Quiet yourself, your responses, and your interjections.Be open and available to what is being sought by the other person through your listening.2.Get into your listening modePage 10 of 16
Quiet the environment. Mentally open your mind to hearing by getting comfortable andengaging in eye contact.3.Make the speaker feel comfortableExamples of this might be nodding or using gestures. Seating is also important. Decide if thespeaker will feel more comfortable if you stay behind your desk, or if you took a chair besidethem. For smaller children, get at their eye level instead of towering over them.4.Remove distractionsThis is something you might not think of at first. It means things like clearing the room,quieting screens, and silencing your phone, If the speaker requests privacy, honor that byclosing the door or asking others to give you a few minutes in private.5.EmpathizeAt the very least, try “learning instead to embrace and wonder at their “otherness.”6.Be comfortable with silenceSome people really need time to formulate a thoughtful response. Rushing them through, orsuggesting what they want to say, robs them of the opportunity to communicate honestly.7.Put aside personal prejudiceThis is also quite difficult, as our experiences form who we are. Putting all those experiencesaside is a skill which requires help and practice.8.Heed the toneSometimes the tone can hide the meaning of the words, and sometimes the tone enhances themeaning of the words. Know which is which.9.Listen for underlying meanings, not wordsListen first for comprehension, and then a second time for ideas.10. Pay attention to non-verbal communicationPeople communicate through body language and facial expressions. Therefore, eye contact isnecessary.Q6 (a)Why do individuals differ in their experience of stress? Define all ofthem.(3)Individuals differ in their experience of stressHave you ever noticed that some people seem to thrive in chaos, while others get overwhelmed byeven positive changes in their lives? Stress is a highly subjective experience. While many of us

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Psychology, Stress, B F Skinner

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