(Don’t) “Let Me Explain”

If  you’re the kind of person who begins to glaze over as soon as your CEO raises a finger and utters the words: “let me explain,” then read on.

In this blog  distributed via LinkedIn,  we look at the reasons why explaining can be quite different from truly communicating. Rapport, and not reporting back, is what really persuades.

We show that  real leaders are seldom if ever in the explanations business – their concern instead is to show people the future they should go on to help  build.

Click here to read the blog.




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