Pay Attention: Focus on the speaker and avoid distractions to show that you are fully engaged in the conversation.

Use Nonverbal Cues: Use eye contact, nodding, and other nonverbal cues to show that you are listening and understand the message.

Avoid Interrupting: Allow the speaker to finish their thought before responding or asking questions from the speaker.

Clarify Understanding: Paraphrase and summarize the speaker's message to ensure that you have understood it correctly.

Ask Open-Ended Questions: Ask open-ended questions to encourage the speaker to share more information and insights.

Show Empathy: Demonstrate empathy and understanding towards the speaker's feelings and perspectives.

Avoid Assumptions: Avoid making assumptions or jumping to conclusions without sufficient information.

Avoid Multitasking: Do not involve multitasking while listening to avoid missing important information.

Be Patient: Be patient, listen carefully and allow the speaker to express their thoughts at their own pace.

Provide Feedback: Provide feedback to the speaker to show that you have understood their message and to confirm your understanding.