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MemberJune 26, 2021 at 8:11 am::
A tear is usually a boring speech by one person during a conversation, and there was no interaction. In the workplace, this is the time when someone is talking to you. Conversely, a dialogue is a conversation between two or more people. When someone tells you. To talk to someone, it means that all those involved in the conversation is to listen. While this can be seen in all walks of life, and in this case, we show to confuse people in the leading position in the competition. Those of you who hold senior positions in talking to you or they are talking to themselves? Leaders of all calls made and does not engage in dialogue with their employees, teams, or you can be the leaders, because they don’t want to listen to what others have to say. Smart people want to be part of the conversation and do not talk.
It’s not going to be anyone to tell you what needs to be done, but rather to describe, explain, and review the situation together. This can lead to ideas, issues, and questions that would otherwise not be in the game. People may think that they are participating in a box, and when you actually take part in a separate play sessions. Use two or more people speaking in a monologue, not a dialogue.