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Assessment

assessmentECHO Listening Profile

Brio’s proprietary Listening Assessment is a ten-question survey that helps identify an individual’s personal listening habits in a work setting.  Different people listen “to” and “for” different kinds of information, and understanding your own listening habits can greatly enhance your ability to communicate and collaborate effectively with others. This short but powerful assessment will highlight your particular listening strengths, offer insights into how your listening style influences the way others perceive you, and provide personalized guidance to maximize your listening capabilities.

Assessment With Basic Analysis – $100

The basic analysis includes the following:

  • A written analysis of your listening strengths and challenges
  • A description of how your listening habits show up at work, and how they help or hinder communication and collaboration
  • Practical tips to become a more agile listener regardless of situation

Assessment With Premium Analysis – $200

The premium analysis includes an hour long session with one of our certified coaches. Together, we will go over the results of your Listening Assessment and discuss the following:

  • What is and what is NOT working in your communications with others
  • What’s happening in your workplace
  • What you listen for and pay attention to
  • What you avoid or miss that could dramatically impact your listening effectiveness
  • How your habits influence your communications and relationships at work
  • How to unleash the power of your listening skills at work

Begin Assessment

  • Instructions

    Drag the answers in order from more true to less true. For each question, there will be four statements. As the diagram shows, you will need to drag them in order of "More True" to "Less True," as they relate to how you would respond in a work setting. You must respond to all 10 questions and rank all statements. The term 'speaker' refers to anyone talking.

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    • the speaker does not know what s/he is talking about
    • others don’t seem to be following along
    • the speaker rambles without giving me the big picture
    • I have the answer already and my time is being wasted
    • make eye contact
    • watch for clues from the speaker’s body language
    • am not tuned into the physical dimension of the speaker
    • do not want to be influenced by the speaker’s facial or body expressions
    • learn more about the speaker
    • learn more about the subject
    • figure out how the information pertains to me
    • form an opinion
    • none of my business
    • insights into what the person may be feeling
    • inappropriate for a work setting
    • part of who the speaker is
    • facts and data
    • ideas
    • description and personality
    • usefulness
    • be polite and show interest
    • relate the ideas to my thoughts, knowledge and experience
    • evaluate the content
    • understand how I can apply the information
    • tell the speaker just how much time I have to listen
    • glance at my watch or clock, or move around
    • ask the speaker to move on
    • extend the time to allow the speaker to finish
    • have nothing new or different to say
    • are unprepared to present their case/ideas
    • are impersonal and colorless
    • talk only about themselves and their issues
    • tell stories to keep me engaged
    • present information in a logical, orderly manner
    • stimulate my thinking
    • ask for my responses and opinions
    • easily become sidetracked by distractions (people or activity)
    • stay focused and listen carefully to their opinions, although I may take exception later on
    • conduct an internal dialogue while listening with one ear
    • use the time to think of new ideas while keeping track of what is being said
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