Asking for Input Works

Jurado, Mel
March 2007
LabTalk;Mar2007, Vol. 35 Issue 155, p38
Trade Publication
The article deals with the importance of listening and learning to effective leadership. Research of more than 10,000 leaders and 84,000 employees prove that leaders who ask, listen and learn are observed to be more effective. In this regard, the author suggests that corporate leaders need to ask and learn from everyone around them.


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