The Art of Listening


Effective communication begins with listening, yet no CEO, director, or manager ever gets practical training or instruction on how to be a great listener. Before one can troubleshoot a problem or bring the right solution to the table, the issues must be diagnosed and clearly understood.

Discover in a highly practical two-hour session how to:

  • Overcome barriers to effective communication.
  • Reshape negative attitudes and begin building trust.
  • Effectively communicate with more than words.
  • Win the right to be heard through empathic listening.

Click HERE to invite me to speak to your company on The Art of Listening.

What Others are Saying...

"I have to say again in all the leadership classes and growth seminars, this was by far the best I have ever had the privilege to be a part of.” -Doug Barnes, Walnut Creek Foods
“…from a business perspective this was one of the most enlightening seminars I have ever attended…” -Bob Allen, Managing Partner, Dale Carnegie Training of Central Ohio
“…most intriguing and captivating message I’ve ever heard…” -Student Evaluation, Perspectives Class @ LSU, 2011
“…I [was] changed and not simply challenged…” -Thomas Laborde
“…great investment for anyone desiring to strengthen their personal leadership skills…” -David Livingstone, Regional Manager of North-East & Mid-Atlantic RegionThe JESUS Film Project
“…high-energy presentation of the material was delightful, articulate, and profound…” I’ve used and appreciated Ken Blanchard’s well-known leadership resources for a good while. His Lead Like Jesus focus is second to none! And Luke Kuepfer’s high-energy presentation of the material was delightful, articulate, and profound! -Don Showalter, President of Hearts Alive!
“…inspired with the practical tools and resources offered…” -David Hocker
“The LLJ seminar was a worthwhile experience for the Choice Books “servants” as well as others who attended. At times it pushed us to the edge, and probably beyond our familiar comfort levels, reminding us that good leadership is being good servants.” -Simon Schrock, Executive Director of Choice Books