Three Crucial Steps to Help Build Rapport

Back in the 19th century, Great Britain had two popular prime ministers, Disraeli and Gladstone who were competing with each other for political supremacy for over 30 years. The journalist Jennie Jerome, Winston Churchill’s mother, interviewed both of them. When reporting back from these interviews, she said, "After sitting next to Gladstone I thought he was the cleverest man in England. But when I sat next to Disraeli I thought I was the cleverest”. In fact, Disraeli had this ability to connect with people and make them feel at ease while also radiating brilliance. Let's see what you can do to be more effective in building