Tag Archives Listening

Benda_Blog

The Benda family were faced with a serious tragedy when Pete fell 30 feet from an auditorium lift and suffered a major traumatic brain injury during his freshman year at Juan Diego High School. Instead of giving into despair or feeling resigned to a dark fate, the Bendas learned to find hope in listening—listening to the doctors, listening to the medical…

Hunter_Blog

Hunter Wilson was made to be on the slopes. With his father working ski patrol and his mother working as a ski instructor, Hunter practically grew up at Snowbird, UT. He enjoyed skiing, but at age 12 Hunter kicked off his skis, strapped on a snowboard and hasn’t looked back since. He’s among the senior members of Team Park City…

Listener spotlight Ralph Nichols

After 40 years of dedication to the field of listening, Dr. Nichols passed away in 2006, but not before being inducted into the International Listening Association's Hall of Fame. In fact, the ILA -- an organization created to promote the study, development and teaching of listening -- has stated that they would not be where they are today, were it…

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