30 Minutes to Boost Your Communications Skills (30 Minutes by Elizabeth P. Tierney PDF

By Elizabeth P. Tierney

ISBN-10: 0749423676

ISBN-13: 9780749423674

A part of a sequence of pocket courses geared toward permitting the reader to benefit a brand new ability in exactly half-hour, this article is filled with rules and suggestion on how you can strengthen your oral and written verbal exchange abilities.

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Just know yourself. How do you sou nd? Are you easily understood? Do you have pet habits like clearing your throat before you speak. Do you `um' and `er' a lot? Do you have pet phrases? Is everything that you like `marvellous'? Are you so predictable that people do not believe what you are saying? If everything is marvellous, then your audience may begin to wonder if you're hiding something. Have you ever recorded your voice? Have you ever noticed if you have peculiar speech habits or idiosyncrasies?

You are about to send the message. As you know, once it is out of your hands or mouth, then someone else has control. It is essential that you take a moment to check and double check that your message is precisely the way you want it. The following are key areas where errors may occur. Grammar and typography Reread more than once. Put your work through your computer's grammar or spell check, and check it yourself too. How many times have you seen `it's' when the author meant `its', or vice versa?

You may give your boss a memo with five recommendations for team-building. Each recommendation is numbered and you should refer to each of the numbers as you develop your message. You can also choose to use letters of the alphabet. Theory to practice When you present the concept first, followed by an explanation of how the concept is used in practice, you are sequencing from theory to application or practice. Suppose you are speaking or writing about your strategic plan. You might begin by discussing the plan from a theoretical perspective and continue by describing how the plan would be put into practice.

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