Lean communication is the new advantage. If you can boil down your idea or your message in a way that makes it easier to consume and digest, you’ll be a more successful communicator. This Executive Edge’s topics include making stronger points with fewer words, communicating quickly in a crisis, speaking clearly without fillers, and being more thoughtful about unscripted moments. With practice, you will gain more influence when you communicate with brevity.

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