PREVIEW OF BUILD RELATIONSHIPS
WHAT IT LOOKS LIKE
Leaders that build strong relationships with others see people as people and not as a means to an end, or a tool to meet their own personal agenda. They acknowledge people. They recognize that they have concerns, hopes, dreams, and desires. They are genuinely concerned about their welfare. They form strong relationships not because they know or are expert at some tactic, but because they are genuinely sincere, and their sincerity is easily felt. People feel important when they are around them, and like they matter. They build and gain trust quickly, and are the type of person that others want to get to know...
PSYCHOMETRIC 360 QUESTIONS
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