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Leaders are everywhere: in the office, in a sports team, they also head a family. As leaders, we have a responsibility to improve our conversational abilities. Using good communication skills, productivity is boosted, better results can be achieved by building trust, and each employee feels valued in the workplace. Effective communication is a special skill that is needed to establish integrity and grow as a leader. To teach us how to motivate and lead, we have Conversation Secrets for Tomorrow's Leaders: 21 Obvious Secrets Leaders Do Not Use Enough. The content is divided into three categories: trust, connection, and collaboration. Dr. Mindy L. Gewirtz, Steve Hamilton-Clark, and Carrie E. Gallant chose these secrets based on their experience and they explain in detail how to add value to any conversation.
Conversation Secrets for Tomorrow's Leaders is a collaboration between authors Dr. Mindy L. Gewirtz, Steve Hamilton-Clark, and Carrie E. Gallant. Through their collective experience, they have gathered a wealth of information in different fields and created varied and enriching content. The book also covers other topics, such as how to deal with difficult conversations, or how to ask the right questions at the right time. The overall approach is very clear - it should be our goal as leaders to acquire as much information as possible in the best manner. This book explains how to create a safe and trusting environment for a working team and to adapt our manner of listening according to the type of conversation.