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"While all of us want to be good listeners, in Are You Really Listening?, Drs. Donoghue and Siegel offer a valuable road map to the art of listening. The authors remind us with all-too-recognizable examples of the ways that we don't listen. They have created a simple step-by-step guide on how to be better listeners. I found Are you Really Listening? refreshing, eye-opening, and immensely helpful for my daily life. I trust that you will too." --Joan Lunden, Author and former television co-host of Good Morning America
"This is one 'self-help' book that delivers on its promise. It is a concise, insightful, and instructive tool. It is the sort of book that you want to give to everyone you know." --Hope Renn, CNM, MSN and Cheri Van Hoover, CNM, MS, Journal of Midwifery & Women's Health
Paul J Donoghue and Mary E Siegel are psychologists in private practice in Stamford, Connecticut. They are also consultants to corporations and organisations in the United States, Canada and Europe.
We've often found (and it has been our own experience), that one of the best ways to learn anything is to listen. This is a fine guide to listeningPublished 6 months ago by William Roger Davis
Good handbook on listening really made me focus on being in that moment of listening not thinking of what I would say nextPublished 17 months ago by ARUSS
This book is really easy to read; what I liked most about it was simply the encouragement and reminder to focus on listening to others instead of trying to solve their problems. Read morePublished 18 months ago by LovetoCook
Everyone should read it. Thought i was a good listener until read this. It gives you different perspectives.
I sent this to someone in prison who said it helped him with relating to the other inmates. He wants more books on similar topics.Published 20 months ago by Amazon Customer
The authors thoroughly, yet gently, explore the possibilities of loving listening and the consequences of surface listening. Read morePublished 22 months ago by SK
Straight forward book with steps to aid the reader to improve her listening - a skill that is presumed but lacking in most of us.Published on August 24, 2013 by Jo Ann Strauss