Are you too boring to be a good boss?

03/22/2012 | SmartBrief/SmartBlog on Leadership

The best leaders are interesting people capable of captivating and fascinating their workers, customers and investors, writes Mike Myatt. To avoid boring others, make sure you ask plenty of questions and don't talk more than you need to. "It's a very noisy world, and ... it has become quite difficult to stand above the noise and be heard," Myatt writes. "[T]his is particularly true if you bore people."

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