“Listening requires genuine interest in what that person is saying and a willingness to change as a result of what was said.”

January 20, 2007 at 7:35 pm Leave a comment

Thanks Ed for the great post: 

Beth Kanter made a great post about “listening” and specifically it’s importance to “non-profits”. So I won’t repeat what was said, but I do want to say that she listed an enourmous collection of tools to help you listen better.

I think the value of listening is apparent. Now that there are free online tools that make listening possible in a fashion it wasn’t before, I suggest you try it out. My favorite, of course, is RSS and Bloglines.

Here is a link to something “very cool”!!!! It is a link to a “score” for you to determine your ego according to the online community. It is called “Ego Points“. Try it on yourself. I did not do to well…. so if you listen to me, help spread me a bit. Please? At least it is an honest look at your online pressence.
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