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NANCY KLINE

Attention, the act of listening with palatable respect and fascination, is the key to a Thinking Environment. Listening of this calibre is enzymatic. When you are listening to someone, much of the quality of what you are hearing is your effect on them.

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Time to Think by Nancy Kline helps you build a Thinking Environment.

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