According to an infographic from Get In Front Communications, subscribers to the Harvard Business Review rated the ability to communicate "the most important fact in making an executive promotable." They ranked it more important than ambition, education and hard work.
It’s the way you feel, more than the way you think, that motivates you to communicate or to make decisions. The way you react to emotionally driven, nonverbal cues affects both how you understand other people and how they understand you.
Here are 8 important things that good listeners do. Remember, just knowing them won’t help you achieve better #communication skills. If you really want to improve your communication with others, you must start practicing them. :)