Listening is Essential: An Exercise
2016 Organizational Behavior Teaching Conference
North Canton, OH
In this session I will have attendees participate in an exercise I use in the Organizational Behavior classroom that illustrates the importance of active listening and non-verbal communication. Attendees will participate in the activity as both a speaker and listener, with discussion after each experience. I will then talk about difference ways to run the activity, leaving time for attendees to talk about their own experience teaching students about listening and non-verbal communication.
active listening, listening, non-verbal communication, experiential exercise
Educational Methods | Industrial and Organizational Psychology | Organizational Behavior and Theory
Gordon B. Schmidt (2016).
Listening is Essential: An Exercise. Presented at 2016 Organizational Behavior Teaching Conference, North Canton, OH.
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