While there’s no substitute for live-fire action in learning to develop as a leader, well-honed skills of observation can provide useful perspectives on the actions and reactions of people to various leadership styles and approaches. 

Pull up a good chair, clear your mind and watch and learn as others in leadership roles finesse or fumble their way through their interactions. Take notes, and pay particular attention to those techniques that might reasonably fit under the headings of, “Great Approaches that People Respond To,” and “Thing’s I’ll Never Do When It’s My Day!”

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