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Coach's Collaboration Power Tool: Match the VIbe

When you walk into a meeting or join a conversation do you read the room right away? If not, you're missing an important opening for a relational handshake. By taking the first few seconds of every interaction with others to read then match their vibe (i.e., tone, volume, and energy level)--right as you start saying anything (even "Hello")--you establish a quick and powerful connection.
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