People who are empathetic listeners have higher-quality working relationships with their staff, their colleagues, their clients, and even their superiors. And paraphrasing is a powerful way to be empathetic. In the latest issue of CGA Magazine, I explain the four levels of paraphrasing, and give you examples so that you can apply this important skill in your workplace. Read The Art of Empathetic Listening.
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