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Deep Listening - Impact beyond words - Oscar Trimboli
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Deep Listening Masterclass Online Program
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Deep Listening Masterclass Online Program
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39 minutes | 16 days ago
The secrets of listening for emotions in the workplace
Marc Brackett is the Founder and Director of the Yale Center for Emotional Intelligence a Professor in the Child Study Center of Yale University. He is the lead developer of RULER, an evidence-based approach to social and emotional learning that has been adopted by nearly 2,000 pre-K through high schools across the United States and in other countries. He is developed a companion application called Mood Meter which I’ve been using since preparing for this interview As a researcher for over 20 years, Marc has focused on the role of emotions and emotional intelligence in learning, decision making, creativity, relationships, health, and performance. He has published 125 scholarly articles and received numerous awards Most recently he published Permission to Feel: Unlocking the Power of Emotions to Help Our Kids, Ourselves, and Our Society Thrive Marc mission is to educate the world about the value of emotions and the skills associated with using them wisely. “I want everyone to become an emotion scientist”, he says. “We need to be curious explorers of our own and others’ emotions so they can help us achieve our goals and improve our lives.” and then they are carefully listening to then support people in understanding what they might be feeling based on what the speaker shared.
39 minutes | 19 days ago
Four Habits That Derail Listening
56 minutes | a month ago
Being a better listener by suspending shrewd judgement
Daniel has learned to “see” using a form of echolocation. He clicks his tongue and sends out flashes of sound that bounce off surfaces in the environment and return to him, helping him to construct an understanding of the space around him. In a rousing talk, Kish shows how this works – and asks us all to let go of our fear of the dark unknown. His 2015 talk at TED Global has been viewed millions of times Daniel and I did this interview at the end of a sunny California summer day and he asked me if it was ok to do this interview while he took his afternoon walk – he also did the interview via video so it was great to get to know Daniel’s cat and neighbourhood.
2 minutes | a month ago
A 2020 Thank You
40 minutes | a month ago
How to easily listen when people lie to you
Chase Hughes is THE leading military and intelligence behaviour expert creating the most advanced behaviour skills courses and tactics available worldwide: He is the author of the worldwide #1 bestselling book on advanced persuasion, influence and behaviour profiling. Chase teaches elite groups, government agencies and police in behaviour science skills including behaviour profiling, nonverbal analysis, deception detection, interrogation, and advanced behavioural investigation. Listen carefully, when Chase discovers that despite over 150 interviews, I ask the question that no one else asks and the only question that MATTERS.
29 minutes | 2 months ago
Deep Listening A life or death opportunity
Garth Paine is a composer, scholar and acoustic ecologist. He crosses art-science boundaries with his community embedded work on environmental listening and creative place-making in addition to his environmental musical works and performances. His research drives toward new approaches to acoustic ecology and the exploration of sound as our lived context including the application of virtual reality health Garth's current research centres around the Listen Project, on acoustic ecology project that focuses on field recording and community building. He co-directs the Acoustic Ecology Lab at Arizona State University. He will explain passive listening, active listening, and directed listening AND How Deep Listening nearly cost him, his life
40 minutes | 3 months ago
The hidden power of listening to and for emotions
Mona Thompson is an improv performer, teacher, and creative facilitator. She has performed and taught in Norway, Finland, the Netherlands, the United States as well as at Stanford and Harvard, MIT and Stanford. She has co-founded Collective Capital, a change and innovation consultancy that helps organisations become more curious, generous, and resilient using tools from improv and design thinking. Mona is a master of listening beyond the words, beyond the facts and listening to emotions and listening for inferences. Listening for emotions isn’t something most of us have been taught. Listening for emotions is another part of listening.
41 minutes | 3 months ago
The Five Secrets About Listening And Your Breathing
Jenny Taylor is passionate about conscious connection between our breathing and our productivity. A member of the international breathwork foundation, Jenny is an expert teacher and education on the connection between better breathing and a more productive and fulfilled life. Jenny explains the connection between breathing and listening and takes the time to create simple practical exercises that you can do each day to improve your breathing. Jenny reinforces many of the stories and theories from our discussion with James Nestor in Episode 74 Unlock the ancient secrets between listening and breathing. In this very practical discussion Jenny helps me make sense of a big part of my teenage years and the impact of breathing on me.
29 minutes | 3 months ago
The secrets of listening like a spy
Today we get the opportunity to listen to a retired FBI Special Agent and Chief of the Counterintelligence Behavioural Analysis Program. Robin has taken his life's work of recruiting spies and broken the art of leadership and relationship building. Robin has crafted his Code of Trust for quick results and maximum success. Author of Sizing People Up: A Veteran FBI Agent's User Manual for Behavior Prediction and It’s not all about Me My favourite story about Robin’s life as a marine and what that taught him about how he wasn’t listening and the consequences on a bombing range. Lets listen to Robin
37 minutes | 3 months ago
Your listening is at best, a wonderful guess
In this episode I listen to Tracey and Mark -the co-founders of TRUTHPLANE – one of the most compelling global organisations in the field of business communication. Tracey advises the world’s top companies and individuals on their biggest questions around communication and body language. Mark Bowden has been voted the #1 Body Language Professional in the world for two years running Tracey and Mark highlight the importance of the host, the chair of the meeting or your role as a participant in the meeting exploring Level Four – Listening FOR their UNSAID
2 minutes | 4 months ago
Deep Listening 2020 Podcast Survey
G’day and Thank you so much for supporting the Apple Awards Winning Podcast "Deep Listening " We'd love it if you could take 7 minutes to let us know how we can bring you the best possible content for the next 70 episodes. www.oscartrimboli.com/2020survey Since 2017, The Apple Award-Winning Podcast “Deep Listening – Impact beyond words” is the global resource for people who want to improve their listening in the workplace. When the deep listening podcast is published, all I know about YOU is the date, time and country the podcast was downloaded. I want to get to you better, how did we meet? What do you struggle with when it comes to your listening? What’s been the most useful tip you have applied are just some of the things I want to know to make this podcast better for you I know the difference between hearing and listening is taking action. I will be implementing what you ask for www.oscartrimboli.com/2020survey Our promise is by implementing the tips and techniques from the podcast, you will get 4 hours a week back in your work schedule. What could you do with an extra 4 hours per week? Thanks for listening
42 minutes | 4 months ago
The surprising importance of impatience and great listening
Author, thinker, researcher and a reputation for asking massively difficult questions oh and occasional comedian David Clutterbuck is one of the earliest pioneers of coaching and mentoring. David shares what makes a powerful question, and the importance of being an impatient listener
38 minutes | 5 months ago
Unlock the ancient secrets between listening and breathing with James Nestor
We breathe 25,000 times a day, but we've lost the ability to breathe correctly. Learn what went wrong, how we fix it, and the enormous difference it makes. James Nestor is an award-winning author, who has written for The New York Times, NPR, Scientific American and many more. James has spent the last few years exploring and performing studies on breathing: it's million-year-old history and how it affects our lives today. You may have heard Oscar Trimboli say, "the deeper you breathe, the deeper you listen." Hear their conversation and discover how breathing and listening are inextricably linked. Learn the difference between mouth breathing and nose breathing. Find out what the deal is with 'focussing on your breath', and how it's the key to listening to yourself.
46 minutes | 5 months ago
Emergency listening - 3 secrets from medics
How do you listen when time is critical? What do medical staff actually listen for? Associate Professor Ginger Locke shares the art and science of how medics think and perform. Learn from her experience in training doctors about empathy, curiosity and the dangers of seeking efficiency. Discover the difference between what doctors say and what patients hear, and how deep listening can make the difference between life and death.
2 minutes | 5 months ago
Deep Listening 2020 Podcast Survey
G’day and Thank you so much for supporting the Apple Awards Winning Podcast "Deep Listening " We'd love it if you could take 7 minutes to let us know how we can bring you the best possible content for the next 70 episodes. Just visit oscartrimboli.com/survey that’s www.oscartrimboli.com/2020survey Since 2017, The Apple Award-Winning Podcast “Deep Listening – Impact beyond words” is the global resource for people who want to improve their listening in the workplace. When the deep listening podcast is published, all I know about YOU is the date, time and country the podcast was downloaded. I want to get to you better, how did we meet? What do you struggle with when it comes to your listening? What’s been the most useful tip you have applied are just some of the things I want to know to make this podcast better for you I know the difference between hearing and listening is taking action. I will be implementing what you ask for www.oscartrimboli.com/2020survey Our promise is by implementing the tips and techniques from the podcast, you will get 4 hours a week back in your work schedule. What could you do with an extra 4 hours per week? Thanks for listening
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