Occasionally a Teenager is Right
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Occasionally a Teenager is Right

Out of the mouth of my seventeen year old in regards to being around a lot of adults recently: Everyone is talking. No one is actually listening. No one really hears what is being said. They are all just waiting for their turn to talk again. Wow. If he can remember that observation when he becomes a professional, he will do amazing. You and I are professionals. So, I challenge both of us – can we just listen today? (Click on the image for a fun video I found.) 




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Topics: People Management, Learning & Development


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