Master the Discipline of Listening

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As important as it is to speak well in order to motivate, it is also important to listen well in order to learn. It is easy to cultivate a habit of interrupting people in conversation or finishing their sentences, but it may derail someone who is trying to introduce new facts or a better idea. This Executive Edge explores how to be a good listener and reap the benefits. Whether you are in a conversation with a potential client, leading a team or in a discussion with a group of peers, listening closely can afford you a unique level of power –– you have only to master the discipline of listening.

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