Unsolicited Advice

LeaderTrip's Coaching Unsolicited Advice

You know your stuff very well and you are eager to help others with your advice. How are your experiences? Some people are not very thankful, rather angry. For them, your unsolicited advice might have come across as invasive or arrogant. The message they get is ‘you-have-no-clue-but-I-know-it-all’. It causes stress for these people! But you can avoid that your helping hand feels like a gut punch. Ask questions, ask for permission to give advice, and chose your words carefully. Show your empathy! Most people will need just seconds to open up and turn into reception mode. 

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