Practice your listening skills with exercises and audio recordings, then answer quiz questions to evaluate your listening skills.
Active listening is what makes someone a truly gifted communicator. These interactive exercises will get you practicing your active listening skills in a range of scenarios.
After each active listening exercise, you'll answer quiz questions to test how well you listened and understood the situation.
There are 3 different types of active listening you will practice:
The active listening exercises can be accessed from your web browser, no installation or download is required. You can also access the exercises in virtual reality, if you have a VR headset.
Listen to a short web conference call and summarize the key details while trying to understand the bigger picture.
In this popular exercise, you'll listen to and recall details from the Goldilocks and the Three Bears story.
Listen to an audio clip from the film Margin Call. Determine the mood of the meeting.
Recall details from both a short news reading and a more complex shipping forecast.
Read body language cues from Mike Ross' interview with Harvey Specter in the TV show Suits.
Recall details of the Enron crisis from an audio snippet from Bad Bets, a podcast from the WSJ.
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