Listen Differently® with Stephanie Winters and Chris Cooper – 3rd June 2016

Effective listening produces change and creates possibilities. It is one of those skills that many people in business undervalue at their peril! My guest Stephanie Winters is an expert at illustrating the power of listening and helping us to explore ways to Listen Differently®. She has performed and recorded with various musicians including Ellie Goulding, Richie Havens, Enya, Dar Williams, Anne Murray, Michael Jones, Paula Cole, Corrine Bailey Rae and The O’Jays. She has played on more than 100 CDs and toured extensively in the North America, Europe and Southeast Asia. After more than two decades of playing the cello for thousands of people across the globe, Stephanie came to understand that listening like a musician is a valuable skill that transfers to work as well as everyday life. She created Listen Differently®, a collection of keynotes, workshops and concerts, so that anyone can access the power of their listening and get the listening edge. Join us to find out more about how you can Listen Differently® and build a vital skill that can give you and your business a vital competitive advantage.

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Stephanie Winters

After more than two decades of playing the cello for thousands of people across the globe, Stephanie came to understand that listening like a musician is a valuable skill that transfers to work as well as everyday life. She created Listen Differently®, a collection of keynotes, workshops and concerts, so that anyone can access the power of their listening and get the listening edge.

Stephanie’s original take on listening was featured at both the American and British conferences on servant-leadership. Numerous clients worldwide have benefited from her message including Commonwealth Bank of Australia, World Bank, and the United Nations. Stephanie’s presentations are also enjoyed in the academic world, with audiences at Harvard University and institutions throughout the U.S., Europe, and Asia.  Presentations this Spring include the Institute for Advanced Study as well as London Business School where she is a preferred contributor.

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