Ce diaporama a bien été signalé.
Nous utilisons votre profil LinkedIn et vos données d’activité pour vous proposer des publicités personnalisées et pertinentes. Vous pouvez changer vos préférences de publicités à tout moment.

Habit 5: Seek First to Understand, then to be Understood - Natdhanai Group

3 803 vues

Publié le

A report about Habit 5

Publié dans : Formation

Habit 5: Seek First to Understand, then to be Understood - Natdhanai Group

  1. 1. Habit 5: Seek First to Understand, then to be understood By: Natdhanai, Reuben, Sorrawee, Kita, Worawat
  2. 2. Overview  Most people will want to be understood first and then understand others later.  Seeing things from other’s point of view can have a dramatic effect.  Most people will tend to want to be understood first.
  3. 3. The Meaning  You need to understand other first before you start wanting other to understand you.  Listen first, talk second.  Understand other will have a big effect on how you judge the person.
  4. 4. Five Poor Listening Style  Spacing out: Ignore the one talking to us.  Pretend to listen: Pretend to listen to the one speaking, but actually not listening.  Selective listening: Only listen to some part of the conversation.  Word listening: Not reading between the line.  Self-centered listening: Everything is in our point of view.
  5. 5. Genuine Listening  Genuine listening is when you actually try to listen to what the person is saying and take it to heart. o Listen with your eyes, heart, and ears. o Stand in their shoes. o Practice mirroring.
  6. 6. Genuine Listening Benefits  It open up the other person’s heart.  Improve relationships with people.  Able to solve problem easily through communication.  Lesser the stress pent up inside by sharing.
  7. 7. Listen with Your Eyes, Heart, and Ears  Do not listen with just your ears. It only contain 7% of the whole thing.  53% came from body language and 40% came from tone/feelling.  Try to understand their way of expressing it rather than just merely hearing.
  8. 8. Stand in Their Shoes  You must put yourself in their show in order to fully understand their situation.  Trying to win a conversation will just end up in a Win-Lose or Lose-Lose conclusion.
  9. 9. Practice Mirroring  Think like a mirror that doesn’t judge, but instead reflect.  Mirroring doesn’t mean you repeat exactly what they say.  Mirroring is repeating the meaning with affections.
  10. 10. Mirroring Benefits  Become a good listener.  Will know your friend better than ever.  Improve your charisma skill.
  11. 11. Communication with Parent  Try to stop arguing and listen to their story.  Parent too have worry and that can sometime affect how they talk to us.  If you manage to understand them, many good thing will occur.
  12. 12. Good Relationship with Parent Benefits  Better family circumstances.  A happy life style.  A good counselor right at home.
  13. 13. Seek to Be Understood  Seeking First to Understand is only half of habit 5.  Seeking to Be Understood is way more challenging since it require courage.  If you can understand other, then other will surely understand you too.
  14. 14. Feedbacks  Feedback is an important part of seeking to be understood.  Do it right and it can be deposit in the RBA.  Only give feedback if it really help the person. If not then it’s better to keep quiet.  When giving feedback, make the comment a first person kind of comment.
  15. 15. Feedback Benefits  Obtain more and have a better relationship.  Help a friend in need of help.  Improve yourself with the feedback from your friend.
  16. 16. Thank you for Reading

×