Great leaders use dialogue not monologue to succeed

Great leaders use dialogue not monologue to succeed

Where I didn’t agree with the last share I read from Forbes which suggested that you can compensate for a poor culture with table tennis tables, massages and yoga classes, this post ’10 Communication Secrets of Great Leaders’ is right on the money!


“It is simply impossible to become a great leader without being a great communicator. I hope you noticed the previous sentence didn’t refer to being a great talker – big difference.”

Article author: Mike Myatt

We have all experienced many leadership styles. Those that are great have a communication style of dialogue not monologue.

Great leaders use dialogue not monologue to succeed

It is this dialogue that builds the trust and respect that is the foundation for great culture. Too many leaders communicate in monologue.

To thrive in today’s age of urgency, organisations need an empowered workforce built on trust. For this to happen leaders must listen.

Forbes Report Link: 10 Communication Secrets Of Great Leaders (

Blog author: Vicky Reddington

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