Expert communicator Maureen Taylor says to be a good leader, we have to find our three talents, break our bad habits and know when to zip the lip.
Maureen Taylor, CEO and co-founder of SNP Communications, has a special word for the individual skills we all possess: ‘scoops’.
Returning to the Inspirefest stage, she told the audience that we each are blessed with three unique talents that can help make us a better leader.
Hers, for example, include being a “nauseating optimist” and caring about other people’s personal stories.
Once you establish these skills, you can move on to battling insecurity, balancing humility with confidence and being courageous.
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Words by Shelly Madden