Listening in business

Listening in Business
Spend a lot of time talking to customers face to face. You’d be amazed how many companies don’t listen to their customers.
Ross Perot
“I only wish I could find an institute that teaches people how to listen. Business people need to listen at least as much as they need to talk. Too many people fail to realize that real communication goes in both directions.”
— Lee Iacocca
Former CEO Chrysler Corporation
Watch, listen, and learn. You can’t know it all yourself.. anyone who thinks they do is destined for mediocrity.
Donald Trump
“Of all the skills of leadership, listening is the most valuable—and one of the least understood. Most captains of industry listen only sometimes, and they remain ordinary leaders. But a few, the great ones, never stop listening. That’s how they get word before anyone else of unseen problems and opportunities.”
— Peter Nulty
National Business Hall of Fame Fortune Magazine
“We listened to what our customers wanted and acted on what they said. Good things happen when you pay attention.”
— John F Smith
Former CEO and President General Motors
“The best salespeople are great listeners—that’s how you find out what the buyer wants.”
— Larry Wilson and Spencer Johnson

“Spend a lot of time talking to customers face to face. You’d be amazed how many companies don’t listen to their customers.” Ross Perot

“I only wish I could find an institute that teaches people how to listen. Business people need to listen at least as much as they need to talk. Too many people fail to realize that real communication goes in both directions.” Lee Iacocca, Former CEO Chrysler Corporation

“Watch, listen, and learn. You can’t know it all yourself.. anyone who thinks they do is destined for mediocrity.” Donald Trump

“Of all the skills of leadership, listening is the most valuable—and one of the least understood. Most captains of industry listen only sometimes, and they remain ordinary leaders. But a few, the great ones, never stop listening. That’s how they get word before anyone else of unseen problems and opportunities.” Peter Nulty, National Business Hall of Fame, Fortune Magazine

“We listened to what our customers wanted and acted on what they said. Good things happen when you pay attention.” John F Smith, Former CEO and President General Motors

“The best salespeople are great listeners—that’s how you find out what the buyer wants.” Larry Wilson and Spencer Johnson

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