by John Kline
Publisher: Air University Press 1996
Number of pages: 72
Using practical examples from classroom, corporate, and family/counseling settings, this handbook teaches theoretically-based and acknowledged techniques -- thoughts, attitudes, and skills -- necessary for becoming a better listener.
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