- Paperback: 156 pages
- Publisher: Oscar Trimboli (1 January 2019)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 099537774X
- ISBN-13: 978-0995377745
- Product Dimensions: 10.2 x 0.8 x 15.2 cm
- Boxed-product Weight: 99.8 g
- Average Customer Review: 14 customer reviews
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 8,993 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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‘Oscar identifies the behaviours we all need to practice to be effective communicators, leaders and influencers –
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‘Oscar’s profound understanding of listening is so clearly demonstrated in this book. I had so many “aha!” moments. I realised I need to make more time to build a foundation for listening and embrace the
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‘Unlike our other senses, listening is collaborative. It’s an act of sharing and a powerful means to create and reach
different and more ambitious outcomes than those allowed by staying within our own thoughts. Oscar doesn’t allow us to blame chatter and endless noise as reasons behind our choosing not to listen. He simply reminds us how, why and what might happen when we do listen deeply.’ JOHN KEITH, Managing Director and Head of Financial Institution Coverage, BNP Paribas
‘Oscar consistently demonstrates the power in listening to what isn’t being said – to those subtle silent moments between the stories, words, explanations, excuses and justifications. Really listening into these silent moments is when the clarity comes.’ TRACY HALL, Head of Brand and Marketing Communications, eBay
‘It’s books like these that make you stop and think. Oscar does a brilliant job of challenging the way you traditionally think – about yourself, different situations and others – all with relevant and practical examples. It’s a book I will certainly read over and over again. Highly recommended!’ SHARON LEWIS, Chief Marketing and Digital Officer, Future You
‘As a self-confessed talker, learning the skill of deep listening has proved hard, but absolutely invaluable. It is the game changer that turned me from a manager into a leader. Shutting my mouth was only step one. Oscar’s book pushed me to quieten my mind and really listen. It’s transformed the way I communicate.’ PIA COYLE, Chief Investment Officer, Ikon Communications
‘In today’s “attention economy” of endless notifications and ubiquitous connectivity, the ability to choose where and when we expend our precious resource is more important than ever. Oscar’s work recognises the impact of attention in creating connection and impact. This book provides valuable insights and simple techniques to begin our own journeys toward deep listening.’ TRACY MOORE, Director, KPMG
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Oscar thanks for sharing your knowledge. Looking forward to reading your other books.
Oscar has the ability to subtly and wisely uncover and identify actions that any business and life leader needs to practice more.
Listening, as Oscar teaches, is a skill that we all can learn, practice and master. It takes discipline and it takes patience, but the "Deep Listening" book guides readers through a refinement of thoughts and actions with a blueprint to a better leadership.
Listen as it happens is a complex and characterised by subtle shades of meaning or expression. It's situational and it changes depending on the circumstances. It's about respect and it's about presence. The Deep Listening book is Oscar's gift to us all.
This book is such a valuable resource for professionals who are trained to listen, for professionals who need to listen more and don't know how and for all people who want to improve relationships and understanding with the people they interact with.
Deep Listening is a 'keeper' one that will always be on my bookshelf as a reference and reminder. It will always be on my gift list to my clients and friends because of the ripple effect I know it will have on their lives and the lives of the people they listen to deeply.