Why good leaders ask "power questions"

02/6/2013 | SmartBrief/SmartBlog on Leadership

Smart leaders are good conversationalists, which means they know it's better to ask questions than to talk incessantly, says business author Andrew Sobel. Your curiosity will empower the other person, allowing you to make a good impression and to learn. "When you ask thoughtful questions, you supercharge your conversations," Sobel explains.

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