Tag Archive: Listening

Why The Key to Leadership is Listening—and How to Do It Better

NEW BOOK GIVEAWAY! 20 copies available! Leave a comment on this guest post by John Eades to become eligible for one of 20 complimentary copies of his book, Building the Best: 8 Proven… Continue reading

96% Believe They are Good Listeners and That’s Baloney

Chances are you’re a lousy listener – even though you think you’re good at it. The problem is, 96% believe they are good listeners according to Accenture.  But a Scientific American article states, “… studies… Continue reading

Dear Dan: How Do You Get Lousy Managers to Listen

Dear Dan, I am an attorney. I have a client involved in a worker’s comp claim against the County. This is a small rural county. The claim arose because the man works in… Continue reading

The Six Pitfalls of Leadership

The pitfalls of leadership spring from within. Dangers that emerge from within are more perilous than dangers that attack from without. The Six Pitfalls of Leadership: #1. Perceived knowledge. “Those who think they… Continue reading

The Top 10 Super Powers of Listening

There are a million excuses for poor listening. Reject all of them if you expect to lead.   The top 10 super powers of listening: Expanding horizons. Showing respect. Connecting and caring. Helping… Continue reading

Three C’s for Listening Like a Leader

Listening is a vast ocean surrounded by empty beaches. I’ve been paying attention to listening, both my own and others. You’re more likely to meet a red-crested tree rat* than to meet someone… Continue reading