Great leaders are strong communicators

Successful leadership requires a focus on two-way communication that emphasizes the importance of knowing your audience, Gary Burnison writes. "Verbally and nonverbally, the way in which you communicate -- humbly, passionately, confidently -- has more impact than the words you choose," he writes.

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