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Archive for May 30th, 2006
In many organizations management complains that the employees do not tell them what is going on. But that is only one side of the story. If you dig deeper you very often find that employees say: Management is not listening. Both sides are convinced that they do everything in their power—but that the other side is not responsible.
Who is right?
Can you change this situation? Do you ask the right questions?
Do you listen?
Do you hear what is said?
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