In the Hoard of the Dragon Queen adventure, there is a unique magic item (which will go unnamed to avoid spoilers) which among other things, says that the character who wears the magic item is able to "think like a dragon." It indicates that this thinking like a dragon allows the person to negotiate with dragons better.
Page 5 of the Hoard of the Dragon Queen adventure says:
More importantly, a person who is erudite in draconic lore becomes a wyrmspeaker while wearing the [item], which allows the wearer to think like a dragon, gain favor among dragons, and subtly influence their behavior.
This question isn't necessarily about how dragons think (we have the question Roleplaying a Dragon Better for that). But what does this item mean for the player wearing it? In what way does that character "think like a dragon"? What effect does it have on the character's thought process?
Am I supposed to tell the player that they have a strong desire to hoard gold and can use that in their negotiations? Should I tell the player they see the wisdom in waiting a long time and so will talk slowly to influence the behavior of a dragon?
I recognize that mechanically (per the item description on page 94 of Hoard of the Dragon Queen), this is just supposed to be represented as an advantage in charisma checks with dragons, but I'd like to let the players know what sort of new thoughts they have, and have a better idea of what sort of recognizable things a person is doing while wearing the magic item and interacting with dragons.
Since I know that multiple instances of this magic item will be used in adventures which can only be played at GenCon or other Conventions and official settings, if you have information on how the official WotC GMs ran this magic item, that would really help as well.