Why incoming leaders should listen first, then talk

12/16/2013 | Harvard Business Review online/HBR Blog Network

Many new bosses see their priority as communicating a vision for their company, but it's often more effective, strategically and in terms of management, to spend time simply getting to know people, writes Jim Dougherty, former CEO of Intralinks. Getting input before announcing changes makes it easier to ensure you're making the right calls that the team will support, Dougherty writes.

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