Ideas from books, articles & podcasts.
When dealing with difficult conversations, if you are already anxious, any further expectations from others will intensify whatever you are feeling.
You need to address your own emotions by sharing them with your close friends and loved ones, so that you don’t get triggered while playing...
Sometimes, people are not able to articulate well their needs. Other times, the different questions being asked by our subordinates point to a single underlying problem.
Rather than getting triggered by the repeated questions that sound similar, or deflecting them, a better approach is t...
Being angry or judgemental towards a question is a sign of instability and weakness. Being defensive when you are an authority figure makes you dismiss other people's feelings and shut down their trust and engagement towards you.
Be honest, compassionate and acknowledge what you don’...
When you are in the limelight, you are the message. Your words form a fraction of the entire message of yours, which includes your voice tone and pace, body language, and your expressions.
It’s a good idea to convey confidence and conviction if you are sure about the issue.
If you make a mistake, apologize promptly, and set towards a correction path, taking valuable feedback on the fly, and improvising without wasting precious time.
It will make you more human and likeable, and works even if your answers are not precise.
One of the most empowering things leaders can do in the face of unanswerable questions is to use broader questions to draw out people's deeper concerns.
In doing so, you may end up helping others discover their own strength, which works far better than offering the answer you think th...
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