Raise Your Game: Truly Caring To Dare

By Leaderonomics|19-02-2013 | 1 Min Read

Many hostage takers have few secure bases in their lives. Hostage taking is always preceded by a loss or a series of losses. The most dangerous hostage taker is the person who has no attachments and refuses to talk. However, when a hostage negotiator offers hopes, options, and positive solutions by gaining the trust of the hostage taker, he or she can become a secure base.

This winning combination of caring and daring not only shuts down defenses, it can also unleash extraordinary potential.

 
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