This Quiet Leadership Skill May Be Your Most Powerful One

We All Want an “A” on the Test

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You Don’t Want a Cheering Section

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Build Your Team With Glue

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Squint With Your Ears

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Beware the Temptation to Add Your Two Cents

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Is That an Ear Chart on Your Wall?

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2 thoughts on “This Quiet Leadership Skill May Be Your Most Powerful One”

  1. Squinting with your ears! What a great concept! Although all leaders want to share what they know, they “know” because they have listened.

    1. Terry, I love the image and it serves as a reminder to me on a regular basis – to listen harder(!). I’ve seen you in action, and I know you model this. Keep up the good work.

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