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Aarohan - Rotaract Club of IMNU Newsletter March 2011

Aarohan - Rotaract Club of IMNU Newsletter March 2011

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Published by: Rajesh Sawant on Apr 28, 2011
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 As the budget draws close, the country anticipates economy’s policies favouring still higher revenue for the country year after year...With income, comes power, and with power, comes responsibility. Responsibility towards others,responsibility to take initiatives.So here are we, back with ‘Aarohan’s’ next edition, a platform for voicing endeavours relating to youth, professionals and society. We would try to summarise...
 As day is to night. Sun is to twilight..We are back for our readers,With things that are right,‘Right’ for you, and for others..Afterall, they are our brethren..Humanity is what we owe to,Hope you like the effort we do...
Would love to have your suggestions, articles or recommendations...
 At rotaractimnu@googlegroups.com rotaractimnu@googlegroups.com rotaractimnu@googlegroups.com rotaractimnu@googlegroups.com  Happy Reading..
Arnab Nag Aneri KadakiaKittu Rajpal Gaurav Somani
Faculty’s Corner Faculty’s Corner Faculty’s Corner Faculty’s Corner 
Some compilations on
 Effective Listening Skills
 Satish K Nair Assistant ProfessorStrategic Management & Entrepreneurship Area
The topic is universal and, thus, applicable to the first-year students of MBA as muchas it does to the graduates who’re on the threshold of their corporate career.However, I’d wish for the latter to pay more heed to these simple, yet highly effectivelessons. Especially since your immediate career path would expose you to situationsrequiring precisely this very skill of listening (either in your marketing/sales jobs orin most of the various other jobs you’ve landed). More so, since you’ll get lots of opportunities for “saying” - presentations about your company, products, etc - infact, so many avenues for saying that there’s a fear you might get carried away in atorrent of your own words! This is where listening and the importance of making aconscious effort at developing listening skills come in.The following lessons in effective listening need to be ‘contextualised’ in order toappreciate why this article appears at this juncture in this source. By this, I mean that you need to put yourself in the shoes of the ‘other party’ who you’ll face in the rolethat you’d be donning soon. There will be a lot of occasions demanding you to be at your professional best. And, being the best means taking care of, both, the ‘content’and the ‘style’ with which you’ll interact with the ‘others’ - be they prospects,superiors, colleagues, juniors, existing customers, vendors, etc, etc, etc!Try and ‘internalise’ the following points in developing yourself into a real goodlistener
 You must devote your full attention to what is being said. Resist thetemptation to try to do two things at once. [Multi-skilling sounds good, but, not when you’re listening to important points put forth by the‘other party’.]
Don’t interrupt the speaker

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