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  1. When you talk, you repeat what you already know;when you listen, you often learn something. Jared Sparks

  2. Conversation: a vocal competition in which the one who is catching his breath is called the listener. Anonymous

  3. Remember that silence is sometimes the best answer.Dalai Lama, 2001

  4. To talk to someone who does not listen is enough to tense the devil.Pearl Bailey

  5. Listen, learn, live. UNAIDS Listen, learn and groove. The Female Musician, on its radio CD series Listen, learn, enjoy Adera Music, motto Listen, learn, change David Gergen US News & World Report Listen. Learn. Prosper. CEOLive.com motto Listen, Learn and Grow title of a music CD for babies Listen, learn, do. Theme of Women's Reality '96 Listen, Learn and Love Stephen Palmer, pastor Listen, Learn and Earn More Arnold Sanow

  6. There’s Listening… And then there’s ACTIVE LISTENING

  7. Today’s Learning Objectives The Communication Work Group designed the following objectives to enhance our communication skills, both within NTAC and with colleagues in the states. • Increase staff members’ awareness, knowledge and skills related to active listening methods and skills. • Increase staff members’ awareness and knowledge of the benefits and barriers related to using active listening skills. • Increase staff members’ awareness of the power of active listening skills when establishing “Psychological Truth” with a communication partner.

  8. On with the Show