Good leaders are great communicators

12/20/2012 | SmartBrief/SmartBlog on Leadership

Would-be leaders should prioritize developing their communication skills, writes Gretchen Rosswurm. That means mastering public speaking, corporate communications and interpersonal communication skills. "You may be hired for what you know, but you'll be promoted for your ability to influence people," Rosswurm writes.

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