Warning: Your employees are listening
Friday, September 28, 2012/
As senior executives, it can be easy to forget that people listen to you differently than they listen to their peers.
Some people are more likely than others to assume that opinion equals an edict when you speak.
It’s important to recognize this and modify your communication accordingly, writes Erika Andersen at ChiefExecutive.net.
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