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Be a better A/E firm leader in 2021

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Be a better A/E firm leader in 2021

By Mark Zweig | The leadership abilities of you firm’s principals and managers will determine your collective success this year.

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Understanding what people are telling you

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Understanding what people are telling you

“Clients, co-workers, partners – they aren’t always completely forthright in their communications. Despite this fact, your success ultimately depends on understanding them.” If you work in an AEC firm as a leader or manager, it’s essential that you learn how to “read” people. Clients, co-workers, partners – they aren’t always completely forthright in their communications. Despite this fact, your success ultimately depends on understanding them. Here are a few things to consider: Slow down – slow way down – on your reaction time. Fight the tendency to be thinking of your response while the other person is still talking. You...

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