By Judith E. Glaser
Few managers and leaders understand how vital, intelligent, quality conversations and interviews are to the health and productivity of a company’s culture.
Unhealthy conversations are at the root of relationships characterized by distrust, deceit, betrayal, and avoidance—leading to lower productivity, decreased innovation, and diminished results.
By learning how conversations trigger different parts of our brain, and how they either catalyze our brains in protective patterns, we can develop conversation and interview skills that propel individuals, teams, and organizations toward success.
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