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Five Bad Listening Habits and How to Break Them - Alternative Dispute Resolution News

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Posted on: Jan 10, 2019

Intro by Valerie A. Cowan, Cowan and King LLP

As mediators – and in life – it is important to be good listeners, but how often do we actually think about or work on our listening skills? This article serves as a good refresher and reminder of simple things to keep in mind and practice while listening to someone else, whether in conflict, or as a neutral, in the mediation room, or out in “real life.”

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