,

Register: ILA Mini Series Event
Registration live 2 weeks prior to an event.

Register: ILA Mini Series IDL Event
Registration live 2 weeks prior to an event.

An online series of listening related topics
ILA Mini Series

Listening Fridays
Hosted by the ILA Healthcare Team

Program: Reflective Listening
What is reflective listening in the clinical context? What are its benefits and when to use it when consulting with patients?

Speaker:  Dr. Krishna Naineni, Arushi Sekhri

Date:
 Friday, June 24th, 2022

Time:   8:00 am -9:00 am (US Central Time)
Additional time zone assistance: https://www.worldtimebuddy.com/


Contact: Sandra Bodin Lerner

Fee:  Free to ILA Members and first-time non-member visitors.  Non-members: $15 per session after 1st event..

An online series of listening related topics
ILA Mini Series

Listening to Heal 2022
Hosted by the ILA International Day of Listening Team

Schedule of events:

Healing Divisiveness
July 12, 2022, 9:00 am-10:00 am (Central);
 
Sheila Bentley, Margarete Imhof, & Krishna Naineni

When people are so divided, entrenched in their positions, fighting for their status, and unwilling to listen, it is difficult to make progress on any of the pressing problems we are facing.  This session provides practical techniques for different ways to have those conversations and listen differently so that we can make progress, solve problems, and heal the damaged relationships
10 Spacious Listening Habits 
July 26, 9:00 am-10:00 am. (Central); Elizabeth Parks, Phd, Associate dean of academic & student services, Colorado Mountain College, Assistant Professor of Communication Studies, Colorado State University (USA) 

Learn to listen to yourself and others to shape the world in a way that reflects 10 commonly shared listening values across individual and cultural diversity.

Being Heard helps Us Heal From Our Pain 
August 22, 9:00 am-10:00 am (Central); 
Michael Gingerich & Tom Kaden, Co-Founders & Co-Chief Encouragement Officers, Someone To Tell It To. (USA) 

In the 10 years since Someone To Tell It To's creation, its teams of listeners and listening trainers have had more than 15,000 listening interactions and have trained more than 700 people in the art and science of listening.  They have seen how being listened to helps to heal people's grief, loneliness, shame, fear, and relationships.  This presentation will help you to see how it does. 

Where: Join Zoom Meeting; zoom info emailed with your confirmation after registration.  

Contact:  Sandra Bodin-Lerner, sandra.bodin-lerner@listen.org

Registration (free) Free to ILA Members and first-time non-member attendees.  Non-members: $15 per session after 1st event.

Have an idea for a Mini Series?

 Submit a proposal. Proposals are are always welcome. Proposal submissions should be made at least 6 weeks in advance.  
ILA Mini Series Guidelines and Proposal Form

Examples of ILA Mini Series Events 2021

Listening To Connect, Planning your IDL event
Sheila Bentley, Margarete Imhof, Krishna Naineni, Aug 2021

Listening To Connect, Why are you Listening: Adjusting your Listening Behaviors to meet the Speaker's Needs
Sheila Bentley, Margarete Imhof, Krishna Naineni, June 2021

Listening in Health Care: Listening to COVID's Toll on Nurses
Michael Gingerich, Tom Kaden, June, 2021

Listening To Connect, I Love to Listen Day
Marva Shand McIntosh, May, 2021

Listening in Health Care: Gender sensitivity when consulting with Patients
Pravava Nande, May, 2021

Listening in Health Care: Grief and the Importance of Listening
Corine Jansen, April, 2021

Listening in Health Care: The Drama Triangle
Tamsiin Hartley, March, 2021

Listening To Connect, Are you Listening?  How do you know?
Margarete Imhof, Sheila Bentley, Feb, 2021
Listening in Health Care: Listening Thieves in Clinical Practice
Krishna Naineni, Feb, 2021

International Listening Association
943 Park Drive, Belle Plaine, MN 56011, USA. Phone: (001) 952-594-5697
The ILA is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization
Web Hosting managed by Influential Computers Ltd

Powered by Wild Apricot Membership Software