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Author, Professional Speaker, and Apple Award-Winning Podcast Host

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The Neuroscience of Listening

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Oscar Trimboli is an author, host of the Apple award-winning podcast Deep Listening and a sought-after keynote speaker. Along with the Deep Listening Ambassador Community, he is on a quest to create 100 million deep listeners in the workplace. Through his work with chairs, boards of directors, and executive teams, Oscar has experienced first-hand the transformational impact leaders can have when they listen beyond words.

He believes that when leadership teams focus their attention and listening, they will build organizations that create powerful legacies for the people they serve – today and more importantly, for future generations.

Oscar is a marketing and technology industry veteran working for Microsoft, PeopleSoft, Polycom, and Vodafone. He consults with organizations including American Express, AstraZeneca, Cisco, Google, HSBC, IAG, Montblanc, PwC, Salesforce, Sanofi, SAP, and Siemens.


He is the author of how to listen – discover the hidden key to better communication – the most comprehensive book about listening in the workplace, Deep Listening – Impact beyond words and Breakthroughs: How to Confront Assumptions

Oscar loves his afternoon walks with his wife, Jennie, and their dog Kilimanjaro. On the weekends, you will find him playing Lego with one or all his four grandchildren.

23 September | 5:30 PM – 6:15 PM

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While we typically think of our world as a series of visual cues that demand our attention, our capacity to hear—and later, to listen—is a quantitatively more remarkable experience. The same reaction to a new or unexpected sound occurs at least ten times as quickly as when you detect something out of the corner of your eye, turn your head toward it, recognise it, and respond to it.

In this session, we will understand the 5 levels of listening and why do you need to listen to what’s NOT said?