The sounds of silence

Mornell, Pierre
February 2001
Inc.;Feb2001, Vol. 23 Issue 2, p117
Emphasizes the importance for business managers to pay attention to the message being communicated by his/her employees through their silence during an interview or meeting. Reasons behind people's conversational silence; Ways to break people's silence.


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