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You’re brainstorming with a team. A trio of loud, dynamic individuals does the most talking, so you engage them. But don’t let them dominate. Give quiet participants a chance to speak. If the boisterous ones interrupt, hold out your arm as a silent “stop” signal—without severing your eye contact with the shy speaker.
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