What Are Listening Barriers?


Listening barriers prevent effective listening/communication. A major listening barrier is a distraction. One needs to minimize distractions during communication. Some of the standard distractions are: noise, visual distractions, stress and time. Other barriers to listening include cultural differences, personal biases and closed mindedness.
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Listening barriers are environmental or mental aspects that are present in a situation that may prevent someone from correctly hearing what is being presented.
Every person has her own perception of how things are and how they ought to be. Because of this, perceptual barriers can severely limit a person's ability to effectively listen to
Here are 5 common barriers for effective listening. 1. Environmental
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