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As a company grows, communication across the organization falters. Executives understand the business strategy and assume that employees understand it, too. That’s not often the case.
Carmen Noble of Harvard Business School shares the four properties of effective conversational leadership from Boris Groysberg, professor of Business Administration at Harvard Business School, that business men and women can learn from:
“A productive conversation is a source of sustainable competitive advantage,” Groysberg says. “We find that if you can have good conversations in a company, you can actually achieve a lot.”
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