Do we make ourselves understood when we speak?
Do we put across our message clearly and coherently?
Do we know the importance of listening attentively, intently and actively?
What are the delivery skills we need to possess?
Do we express ourselves clearly and correctly?
When asked to say a few words at staff and company meetings, or when appointed by the management to deliver a presentation to the staff, management, clients, prospects or suppliers?
Primarily, we are speakers and communicators, not performers.
We need to be less dramatic and theatric when we speak before any group. The audience will find it distracting and disturbing with our overuse and abuse of body language.
“The ability to communicate correctly, clearly and confidently is critical and crucial.” ~ Richard Sng