Posts by Howard Miller
Howard Miller teaches and coaches skills to new & seasoned managers, entrepreneurs and executives. He is on the faculty of AMA and teaches courses in the management curriculum. Howard also works with other organizations, such as Effective Training Associates and Compsych, teaching leadership, communication and management courses. He does executive and business coaching with the Ken Blanchard organization. Howard is the author of two books; The Manager Trap: 13 ½ Pitfalls to Avoid and You’re Full of Shift. Howard has a Bachelor of Science, Cum Laude, from the State University of New York at Albany, Albany, NY, a Certificate in Training and Human Resource Development from University of California, Berkeley, and graduated from the Coaches Training Institute (CTI) in San Rafael, California.


Techniques to Improve Your Active Listening Skills

By | Posted Dec 30, 2014 | 1 Comment

When you are in a conversation with your peers, employees, or managers, are you really listening? Active listening is an important skill that shows you are paying attention and are engaged in the conversation. Howard Miller offers his advice on how to become a better active listener, and how improving your business conversation skills can help raise performance levels in your organization.