Your nonverbal communication can indicate your level of confidence which is exceptionally important when you are conveying an idea to your colleagues, your boss, or customers.
Everyone has different communication preference. Some people like to use email, and some like face-to-face conversations. Respect the person you’re trying to contact and use the method they seem to prefer.
Keep your conversation neat, informative, and understandable. Instead of focusing on what you want to say to get your point across, focusing on what you want your audience to hear.
Not only should one be able to speak effectively, one should also listen to their audience’s words and engage in communication on what their audience is speaking about.
Listening for any emotional clues that signal there might be more to the story, asking clarifying questions to ensure you fully understand what they are saying, and noticing their nonverbal language changes may help you identify what is not being said.
“Great communicators are made, not born.” Excellent communication skills are developed through constant practice, beginning with simple interactions. Everyday when you are at work, you have great opportunities to practice your interpersonal skills.
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