03 Nov Knowledge sharing is interaction
Effective knowledge sharing means interaction, preferably face to face.
“We can tell an idea to someone over an email, but you can’t interact over email. It can happen over the phone but it’s best done in person.” (Simon Sinek)
Sharing knowledge means, amongst others, listening, interacting, being able to ask questions, and building upon responses. To do this, you need so much more than the contents of an email or quick text message.
I couldn’t agree more with this statement and therefore in this blog; I would like to share this video with you. The other point Mr. Sinek makes, What “Leaders eat last” means, is a great lesson as well.
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Source: What “Leaders eat last” Means
by Simon Sinek (https://youtu.be/YMeuk0ZtLM0)