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  • Writer's pictureDhiren P. Harchandani

1-2-3 Inner Game

I spent the past week attending a workshop on leadership with an emphasis on communication and facilitation.

One of my biggest takeaways was techniques and strategies on how to listen. 

Although I consider myself a great listener, I discovered that listening is not a singular skill but a multi-layered practice that can significantly enhance leadership effectiveness.

I've been reflecting on the difference between active listening and deep listening.

Active listening involves fully concentrating, understanding, responding, and then remembering what is being said.

However, deep listening goes beyond this—it requires an empathetic engagement, where you tune into the speaker’s emotions, unspoken words, and underlying messages.

The ability to listen on multiple levels is not just a skill but a cornerstone of effective leadership.

I'm wishing you a fantastic week ahead!

Here are some Inner Game perspectives to consider this week: 

1 question from me…..

How are you creating the problem you’re facing?  

2 insights from me...


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The ultimate production hack is “NO"



'You can't get what you want without the help of others, being kind is part of the strategy.'

-Dhiren Harchandani


"The greatest glory in living lies not in never falling, but in rising every time we fall." 

-Nelson Mandela


"As you begin to walk on the way, the way appears."


New podcast episode:

Ever wondered what kind of mindset you would need to climb the highest point on Earth?  We found out, check out this episode with Suzanne Al Houby, she's the first Arab woman to set foot on the roof of the world. 


Some of the things I learned this week:

Before you go, if you know someone who would benefit from my weekly riffs, please let them know I'm here.

I'm rooting for you to have even more success.



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