"You're not listening to me!" rarely means you're not listening (video)

There are four parts to every communication. If any one of those pieces fails, the communication fails causing miscommunication and misunderstanding that can lead to disagreement and even arguing. This excerpt from a presentation on effective communication and Productive Conflict explains why "You're not listening to me!" rarely actually means you're not listening.

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Doc Robyn 



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