In any conversation where there is a potential for disagreement, it’s tempting to try to force – strongarm – the other person in to compliance or agreement. While that sometimes works, it’s not generally the best way to gain agreement and cooperation. It’s generally better to disarm the other person – to take away the issues that might cause a confrontation – than to strongarm – to use force to “make” the other person do what you want done. In this episode, I’ll share a specific example of where and how this idea applied.Additional Leadership Resources
Don’t miss an episode! Follow this podcast through the options below.
Are you the creator of this podcast?
and pick the featured episodes for your show.
Connect with listeners
Podcasters use the RadioPublic listener relationship platform to build lasting connections with fansYes, let's begin connecting
Find new listeners
Understand your audience
Engage your fanbase