How to Talk in Meetings When You Hate Talking in Meetings, especially for introverts – HBR

This is a HBR article written by Dana Rousmaniere and the link to the original post is here. Nobody loves meetings. But they can be especially taxing for people who crave a quieter setting for brainstorming or thinking through issues, or who struggle to have their voices heard in a room full of loud-talkers. How …

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Boldness and Good Judgement Are Important Leadership Capabilities

This is a HBR post written by Jack Zenger and Joseph Folkman. The article is about the leadership quality 'boldness' stands apart from other leadership qualities in being perceived as an effective leadership quality. The link to the original article is here. Fortune favors the bold, goes the old Roman saying. Our research suggests fortune …

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Please Stop Complaining About How Busy You Are

This is a blog post from Harvard Business Review Blog Network and it is written by Meredith Fineman. I am re-blogging this post as I felt the article is spot-on and it is relevant to all our lives. The post starts below.We’re all just so “busy” these days. “Slammed” in fact. “Buried.” Desperately “trying to keep our …

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