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    May 11th, 2011

    ♫ I feel connected (connected), protected (protected),
    it’s like you’re standing right with me all the time.
    You hear me (you hear me), you’re near me (you’re near me),
    and everything else is gonna be alright…♫

    Music and lyrics by: Amy Powers, Guy Roche, recorded by: Katharine McPhee.

     

    This is another “Leadership Moments” guest post by Beth Flynn of the Ohio Leadership Center.

    This particular post is taken from A. Christiansen (2010): The 40:40 principle: Are you Really Connected or just Linked?: How to create powerful, inspiring conversations that lead to greater success. Bloomington, IN: WestBow Press.

    1. Become genuinely interested in other people.
    2. Use other people’s names when you talk to them.
    3. Be a good listener, encouraging others to talk about themselves.
    4. Ask others about their interests, rather than talking about your own.
    5. Make others feel important – and do so sincerely.
    6. Smile often (Christiansen, p. 44).

    The 40:40 Principle is available on loan from the Ohio State University Leadership Center.  Click here to borrow this resource or any other resource.   Then click on the Spectrum http://leadershipcenter.osu.edu

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    Thanks Beth for another great leadership post on how all of us can become connected!

    This entry was posted on Wednesday, May 11th, 2011 at 12:10 pm and is filed under Business Development, Change Management, Firm Governance, Issues facing Law Firms, Make it Work!, personal focus and renewal, Tips. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0 feed. You can leave a response, or trackback from your own site.
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