As a young child, I remember my dad saying, “Children should be seen and not heard.” It was his way of telling me and my siblings or friends to tone it down, as we were most likely getting on his nerves with loud, high-pitched sounds of laughter and playing.
However, to serve in the role of a successful leader, your voice is as important as being seen. With leadership comes many opportunities to communicate, but it’s how you cultivate your ability to communicate with your voice over time that can impact your effectiveness as a leader. What you say and how, why and when you say it can and will influence the situation.
Click link to read complete article printed in May 2018 Issue of Progressive Cattleman