Sharing a concern or a great new idea may seem at first bat to be a pretty straightforward task: just speak your mind and hope for the best. While at times this approach could work, there are dozens of external hurdles that can detract from what you’re trying to say.
We’ve found an article from Harvard Business Review that can help you hop those hurdles. The piece draws on multiple studies around the topic of effective sharing of ideas and concerns, and subsequently highlights the effectiveness of “strategic silence.” It breaks down this strategy through the three Rs: Relevance, Readiness and Responsiveness.
Learn how best to channel the art of strategic silence, by reading the Harvard Business Review article here