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Post LISTENING : One of the Top 20 Skills to take to a Job Interview
on: December 22, 2011, 19:55

Listening Skills ? How does one develop good listening habits. Is it really a skill ? Sure I can listen. Yes, Sure. But can you improve your listening skills? Are you listening OR are you just hearing.

There is a great difference between plain hearing and listening. Find out more how you can develop your Listening Skills. HR Managers and Recruiters give a lot of emphasis to Listening Skills as it is directly related to your communication and work performance.

SKILLsutra organizes regular workshops on developing Good Listening Skills. To attend one of the SKILL SESSIONS, please get in touch with Priya@SKILLsutra.com or call at 8880111222.

More to follow soon. Till Then ...

Keep Polishing Your Skills.

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