Articles by Peter Hudson 

 

Improve your listening

Improve your listening

Successful people listen rather than talk. Here are five ways to improve.

Listening Dividend

Listening Dividend

Five reasons why active listening is vital for school leaders.

Listening & teaching

Listening & teaching

Five reasons why Peter considers listening to be a teacher's most important skill.

Listening and EQ

Listening and EQ

Peter explores how listening links with EQ and empathy.

Effective journalism

Effective journalism

Why is listening important to effective journalism?

Political listening

Political listening

Might there be a Newton-like law of listening and politics, asks Peter Hudson?

Being heard

Being heard

The beneficial impact of someone really listening to you can be profound.

Whiplash!

Whiplash!

Is the basic premise of award winning movie "Whiplash" deeply disturbing, asks Peter Hudson. If so, why?

Social Listening

Social Listening

“Listening looks easy, but it’s not simple" - especially when we are talking socially . . . .

A conversation

A conversation

Peter reflects on a chance conversation at an old fashioned country house party.

Listening genius.

Listening genius.

Peter was privileged to have known John Heimler and to have trained with him..

Link in the Chain

Link in the Chain

Peter provides a very personal review of Dr Heimler’s classic account of developing deep listening skills.

The war poets

The war poets

Would the "14-18 War Poets" ever have written their masterpieces without having been listened to? Quite possibly not.

Carl Rogers

Carl Rogers

Peter looks at the genius of a teacher who believed "we are our own best experts".

The Listening Bench

The Listening Bench

The Listening Bench was where businessman Barnard Baruch sat outside the White House and listened as people passed by.