Disagreement is fine, but it's how we go about it that matters.
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Conquer Q&A to make it the capper of your presentation, not a place of fear.
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All great leaders who thrive in having these conversations embrace the use of a three-part formula: Standards + evidence + courage = direct dialogue.
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