Being able to relate well to people is a high priority for great leaders. One of the best ways to cultivate people skills early on is through the practice of active listening. Have you ever come away from a conversation with someone feeling valued, heard and affirmed? Did it surprise you how well they listened to you and how many details they remembered from your last conversation? Maybe you wondered how they did it. Read more...
Listening. It’s something we’re slow to do in a culture that’s eager to speak. But when we encounter an exceptional communicator, the act of listening is effortless. Time stops in its tracks as the speaker draws us into their desired state of reality. Read more...
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