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Why the ability to think on your feet is key to effectiveness at work
Why Is It Important To Be Able To Think On Your Feet? Let’s start with an assumption; you know your stuff. Perhaps you’ve spent years ...Read more
Are Your Words Sabotaging Your Message? – How to Change the Words You Use to Get Better Results (Part One)
Do you feel that people misunderstand you? Are your comments about employees’ performance received as harsh when that isn’t your intention? Do you ‘put people’s ...Read more
Non-verbal Anger Cues – How Do You Stop Showing Your Negative Emotions?
Anger in the Workplace It’s unpleasant to feel angry. Your pulse races, your breathing quickens, you feel hot and stressed. But it’s equally unpleasant to ...Read more
Great Ideas MUST Be Well Communicated
Generating fresh ideas is all very well, but of little or no use to your organisation if the ideas aren’t well communicated. Here we explore ...Read more
Writing a Killer Speech
Even the thought of making a speech is enough to send some of us into a panic. Glossophobia – the fear of public speaking – ...Read more
Can we learn from the Great Communicators?
Why Communication Skills are so Important Great communication skills are vital in business. Whether you are dealing with clients, colleagues or managers, being able to ...Read more
Why focus on speaking and presentation skills?
There are many good reasons as to why employers today are focusing more on their employees’ public speaking and presentation skills. In order to remain ...Read more
Spontaneous speaking – the essential skill…
Spontaneous speaking is an essential skill for leaders, managers and front line staff who want to engage their audiences. Say the right thing at the ...Read more
Fear and excitement when communicating
You don’t have to look far to find some clear examples of people who try to be spontaneous only to fall flat on their face. ...Read more
Helping listeners receive your message
There are two distinct parts in the majority of presentations; the part you can prepare for in advance, and the part that involves responding to ...Read more