Thought for the Week – Hearing What Isn’t Said!


Last week’s Thought for the Week was “How the Context has Changed!” This was about how innovation and the way we communicate is racing ahead in our ever-changing World.

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As you know, I have been specialising in Communication since the 90’s and empower business owners and leaders to communicate with authority, impact and authenticity.

All too often, we humans look at what IS being said to give context to a conversation or situation.

Whilst we accept that many things may be hidden for whatever reason, whether by individuals, leaders, governments or whoever, our interactions can be deeply enriched by hearing what is NOT being said.

We can only do this when we are Attentively and Actively Listening and observing.

For instance; if you ask how a friend is and they tell you they are fine and yet something tells you that that are not.

That something can be so subtle but our intuition / subconscious mind picks up on it. That gives us more context to that situation. Depending how well we know that person and the level of trust between us, we may inquire further, or not.

So, over the next week, I invite you to listen to what is not being said.

I also invite you to book a Complimentary Consultation with me where you can explore this further.

“The most important thing in communication is hearing what isn’t said”

-Peter Druker–


As always, I will leave you with that thought.

With best wishes for your success.

P.S. Ask me about the next Communication Code Group Programme

Published by korinnethrive

Hello, I’m Korinne … I work with committed and determined professionals who want to master their communuac skills. Often business people believe they are doing OK and yet they know they are not getting the results they want and deserve. I’m passionate about helping people to achieve thir vision and get results. I have been working with Business Owners and Leaders for more that 25 years, helping them to realise their vision of what they truly want, overcome barriers to effective communication, so they can be the best version of themselves and thrive in their lives.

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