- From the May 2006 issue of Harvard Business Review.
©2006 by the President and Fellows of Harvard College, All Rights Reserved; (P)2006 Audible Inc.
An easy listen, I've often reviewed my work against these five key messages. Almost always, I go back and revise my communications to better reflect at least one of these elements.
This is a Great and ear as well thought opening experience. I have listened to over 10 times and each time I grab a new nugget of absolutely worthwhile information, then I immediately share it with my team!!!
Leaders often loose sight of their PRIMARY job; leading. And this article is about providing clarity to the peipke at work. Good stuff.
Confirms what leaders intuitively know, but brings it to the surface for (self) examination. We must place our finger on the pulse of our organizations if we're to succeed; to do that we must have open communication.
This is a must for all people with responsibilities who want to deliver. With simple case studies to complement the narrative, it lays out in simple terms foundational factors of success.
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