The strong, silent type

05/24/2010 | Harvard Business Review online

Part of your effectiveness as a leader is based on what you don't say, John Baldoni writes. Try to speak less in meetings, he suggests, and ask a trusted colleague to critique your nonverbal feedback. Also, relax your face muscles so you seem more open and approachable; feel free to practice in front of a mirror if necessary.

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