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  1. Chapter 4 Communicating Effectively

  2. Communication to me is,………

  3. http://video.google.ca/videoplay?docid=-109358107575560791&total=42&start=0&num=10&so=0&type=search&plindex=9http://video.google.ca/videoplay?docid=-109358107575560791&total=42&start=0&num=10&so=0&type=search&plindex=9 Effective Communication can,….

  4. Sales Communication as a Collaborative Process What’s the difference between “talking at the customer” and “talking with the customer”? Provide an example!

  5. Listening Skills Inventory ExerciseHow do you measure up?

  6. Effective Listening – page 95

  7. How Well Do We Listen? People use 1/4 of their listening capacity People use 1/10 of their memory potential People forget 1/2 of what they have heard within eight hours Eventually, people forget 95% of what they have heard unless cued by something later on People usually distort what little they do remember

  8. Visualize Effective Active Listening Pay Attention Monitor Non-Verbal Encourage Buyer to Talk Paraphrase & Repeat Make No Assumptions Verbal Communication: Listening

  9. Types of Listening • Marginal/Social Listening • Recipients hear the words but are easily distracted and may allow their minds to wander • Evaluative/Serious Listening • Listeners are concentrating on what is being said but do not sense what is being communicated nonverbally or through more subtle verbal cues • Active Listening • A process in which the listener receives messages, processes them, and responds so as to encourage further communication

  10. SIER Hierarchy of Active Listening Res-ponding Evaluating Interpreting Sensing

  11. Understanding the Superiority of Word Pictures Generate a mental picture in the receiver’s mind. Use words and phrases that convey concrete and detailed meaning. Integrate relevant visual aids into verbal communication. “Tropicana juices are bursting with flavor.” “This new system will increase weekly production by 2,100 units.” “As you can see by this chart . . . .”

  12. In-class Exercise – Arco Company