According to Forbes, “no one likes a pushy person.” But a little pushback can bring new ideas to the table. However, candid leaders know when it’s time to step back, give space, or stop pitching altogether. You want to make sure your peers have breathing room and feel comfortable sharing their feedback or ideas.
Learning how to pause and stop talking is fundamental in developing and honing your leadership skills. Start by simply taking a moment to reflect.
Is pushing back on ideas a good or bad technique?
Now, it's time to put your reflection into action. Finding opportunities to implement your leadership skills can allow you to pause and stop talking.
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