Leadership 101

The True Power Of Listening

While in conversation, learning to keep one's mouth shut and ears open, so that you can focus attention on the person who is speaking, requires mindfulness and discipline. Listening with conviction is the highest compliment that one can pay to another human being.  When we listen, we get to know people and build relationships.
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While in conversation, learning to keep one’s mouth shut and ears open, so that you can focus attention on the person who is speaking, requires mindfulness and discipline. Listening with conviction is the highest compliment that one can pay to another human being.  When we listen, we get to know people and build relationships.

To access this post, you must purchase Lioness Monthly or Annual Membership.

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Kim L. Clark

Kim L. Clark is an external consultant who provides strategy and marketing solutions to for-profit and not-for-profit organizations. Kim is the founder and principal of Polished Professionals Boston and she teaches business plan writing to aspiring entrepreneurs.