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Listening Resources

                    

The ILA is happy to provide several resources for listening teachers, researchers, business leaders, and for those in the helping professions.  Click on the menu and sub-menus above to review them.

In this section you can find Resources such as: Books and Articles by ILA Authors, Listening Links, Listening Facts, Priorities of Listening Research, a Listening Instruments Database. ILA members can also access The International Journal of Listening, The Listening Education Journal and The Listening Post.

10 Questions to check whether you are listening?

  1. Are you giving the speaker 100% of your attention?
  2. Are you listening to understand, rather than listening to respond?
  3. Have you opened your mind to receive what is being said?
  4. Have you rejected the temptation to prepare your response while the other person is speaking?
  5. Are you open to changing your mind?
  6. Are you aware of what is not being said as well as what is being said?
  7. Are you taking account of the degree of emotion attached to the words?
  8. Are you aware of any differences, and similarities (such as culture, age, gender) between you and the speaker which may influence how you listen?
  9. Are you giving signals to the speaker that you are listening?
  10. Are you valuing the speaker and the experience they have gathered in their life so far?
  •  Learn more by joining the International Listening Association

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 

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