Different people have various types of listening capabilities. The listeners have to be judged through this kind of capabilities like the vocal and nonverbal signs, sensitivity to breaks and permits critical audiences which are more accurately these are the abilities of the listeners. Becoming an active listener is the key to the effective communication. “The first step towards becoming a better listener is to accord listening to the seriousness it deserves” that is achieved when you listen keenly and actively. The person should be perfectly listening whether it should be informative, appreciative, critical and discriminative. These are the skills of many listening which are entirely different in every individual.
One of the most important responsibilities of the listener is that he should be responsive of all the stages which represent to planning and presenting a thorough speech. In this way, the audience should be kept in mind the ethical perspective of the speaker’s point of view. Moreover, it is also described that the public listening is a two-way process and both the parties, the speaker, and listener has the total responsibility of consequences of the encounter. It means that both the speaker and the listener have the ethical responsibility of publically speaking.
One of the most significant things is that the speaker should be honest about the information which he wants to deliver to others. Also, the speaker should build a strong relationship with the audiences and make the struggle to keep this relationship as perfect as possible. And the speaker should be more persuasive by using their reasons and coherent sentences in support by facts than relying heavily on emotional requests planned to operate the audience. “The key is not whether you have something absolutely original to say, but whether you do enough research and thinking to come up with your own slant on topic”. Being ethical in your speech is also critical. There are three major hacks with the plagiarism for the speakers. The first is that not fully describe the source of the quotation. The second is that the speaker put paragraphs by paraphrasing it without giving any credit to the original author. The last hack is that the speaker recites others source during their speech.
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