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Posted on: Sep 15, 2016

By Jennifer Bays Beinart, Bays Family Law

Learn three everyday practices that will make you a good listener, an essential skill for a mediator. Dr. Tammy Lenski has worked with individuals and organizations worldwide as a master mediator, executive coach, speaker, and educator. You don’t get better at listening during conflict by practicing during conflict. You get better at listening during conflict by practicing outside of conflict, where the stakes are lower and it’s easier to be on top of your game. Here are three easy ways to practice giving your full attention and being a good listener in everyday life.

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