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Sonia DEFFRENNES, Coach, France
Listening is about being able to put our ego at distance from the objective of the exchange, not reacting to what the other brings into the exchange, but welcoming the richness of the sharing. We need to be clear about the objectives of it and work through it together knowing that both parties have to bring value. (...) Read more? Sign up for free

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