Deep Listening: Impact Beyond Words – the book
“Listening, unlike other senses is necessarily collaborative, an act of sharing and so a powerful means to create and reach materially different and more ambitious outcomes than those allowed simply by staying within our own thoughts. Oscar doesn’t allow us to blame chatter and endless noise as reasons behind our choosing not to listen. He simply reminds us how and why and what might happen when we do listen. “
John Keith – Managing Director – Head of Financial Institutional Coverage at BNP Paribas
This book will give you the tools and techniques to:
- create the right space to listen to yourself first, before you try and listen to anyone else
- understand and use the 125–400 Rule to facilitate powerful two-way dialogue
- improve meetings, conversations, briefings and consultations because you can listen deeply
- use 5 Levels of Listening to maximise the impact of every conversation you have everyday.
Buy the book – $19.95 AUD + postage | $3.99 USD Kindle
This card game will help individuals and teams learn to listen deeply and make an impact beyond words.
You can use the cards in three ways:
- improving your individual skills as a listener
- playing with one other person to practise your listening skills
- using the cards in a group or training session to enhance everyone’s listening
You’ll be taken through the 5 levels of listening, with a concept, explanation, tip and question to explore for each.
Buy the cards – $29.95 AUD + postage
For maximum impact, invest in the book and playing cards bundle.
Buy the book & cards – $44.95 AUD (save $4.95) + postage
What is poor listening costing you, your team, your organisation and your impact?
Deep Listening will help you move from confusion and conflict to thoughtful, insightful and powerful discussions that will transform not just your work, but your whole life.
Miscommunication costs our organisations millions of dollars in mistakes and wasted time, and individuals their health due to anxiety and stress – “Am I doing the right thing?“. It can create a culture of mistrust and increase conflict between team members.
Praise for Deep Listening
“It’s a tantalising concept to be able to turn off the distracting chatter we carry in our brains and allow ourselves to practice deep listening. Oscar eloquently outlines strategies to manage the struggle between feeling like we should be leading when we would achieve more from listening. Relevant, practical and insightful – it will make you reconsider what listening actually is.”
Lyndall Spooner – Managing Director at 5th Dimension
“Oscar has identified the critical skill executives need to lead effectively but which is often forgotten in a world where our attention span is defined by 140 characters. Deep listening creates trust and authentic action for leaders at all levels and is crucial to the development and retention of talent. This is a highly valuable book.”
Martin Mackay – President Asia Pacific at CA Technologies
Breakthroughs: How to Confront Assumptions
- Are you struggling to inspire and lead your organisation?
- Do you find that you can’t get the traction you need to achieve impactful results for yourself and others?
- Are you running up against brick walls in your interactions with others?
In this book, Breakthroughs, Oscar Trimboli shares his insights about how our thinking creates our reality. With a focus on assumptions, perspective and gaining clarity, this book motivates the reader to find alignment – personally, for your team, your organisation and the world around you.
$29.95 AUD hard copy + postage | $7.90 USD Amazon | $15.99 AUD iTunes | $11.54 AUD Kobo
Praise for Breakthroughs
“After reading this book, you will never think the same way again. Oscar’s deconstruction of natural human thought patterns is fascinating and enlightening. This coupled with powerful techniques and suggestions to harness this her level mindfulness to bring out the best in you and others.”
“My husband read your book – actually stole it from me. He loved it. He went for a job interview and got his dream job. Very happy husband and wife.”