The good conversations, the kind that matter, the sort that change how people think and act, have this in common: People are still listening after the talking is over.

  • They’re contemplating the significance of what was uttered.
  • They’re thinking about what they discovered.
  • They’re considering how they want to do something different (or be different).

In a world of deafening roars (did you bring your megaphone today?) where everyone seems to be operating from their own agenda, it’s never been easier to differentiate yourself as a collaborative leader. When with others:

  • be present
  • work to co-discover something neither of you were thinking before the conversation began
  • and be grateful for what others are giving you in the course of the discussion.

Do this, and people will listen even when you’re not talking.

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