What would you guess is the #1 leadership skill? Well, there are many skills to being a great leader but arguably the best skill is the ability to be a great listener. Nike Air Jordan 9
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  • According to Robert Greenleaf, father of the modern day Servant Leadership framework, identified listening as a “primary characteristic—and differentiating factor—of servant-leaders, or individuals who lead by investing in, focusing on and caring about the success of those individuals being led.” In another study done at Yale University they asked 1,200 people in the business community what is the #1 leadership skill they want in their boss….the overwhelming answer was to “to be heard” or simply to be listened to. Goedkoop Adidas Stan Smith Kopen Nike Air Max 2017 Air Max 2017 Dames wit This skill is sorely lacking in today’s society, yet it is so important. kanken fjallraven france store locator for new balance shoes In Covey’s 7 Habits he dedicated one of the 7 habits to listening. adidas neo uomo Goedkoop Nike Air Max new balance 574 femme noir et rouge Habit 5–Seek 1st to Understand, Then to be Understood. Air Jordan 8

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  • In his Habit 5 he explains how to become a better listener by becoming more empathetic when listening to others. David Wilson Jersey nike air jordan 10 chicago

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