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A Study of the Effects of Active Listening on Listening Attitudes of Middle Managers
Journal of Occupational Health
A Study of the Effects of Active Listening on Listening Attitudes of Middle Managers: Shinya KUBOTA, et al. Department of Mental Health, Institute of Industrial Ecological Sciences, University of Occupational and Environmental Health-The present study was conducted to clarify the direct effects of active listening (AL) training given to middle managers in a local government. Altogether, 345 middle managers participated in 13 AL training sessions over two years. We developed the Inventivedoi:10.1539/joh.46.60 pmid:14960831 fatcat:5tcdsqeuafazlnfjcfbi57vysa