Do you have trouble communicating with your colleagues or bosses or even clients?
Perhaps you struggle with informal communication – be it at weddings, family gatherings, cocktails, or even birthday parties.
Are you looking to improve your communication skills?
Do you want to communicate effectively and be able to persuade your audience?
Communication is a skill. With practice, you can be able to give a powerful presentation at any event.
Why is communication important?
At work, your career progress is partly dependent on how well you communicate whether it’s to your colleagues, bosses or clients. If you have ideas that could help out your department or organizations but do not speak out, you’ll not get recognized for these ideas.
If you look keenly at the job market, people who get promoted are the ones who have input –in terms of ideas and initiative.
If you keep your ideas to yourself, you could be stuck in the same position.
If you’re in a setting like that of networking, the connections you make will be highly determined by how well you communicate.
How can you improve your communication skills?
Communication is a skill that can you can perfect. You can thrive to become an effective communicator –both in formal and informal settings.
And we have a communication training class geared towards helping you improve your communication skills.
Some of the things you’ll learn include;
- How to structure your communication to target your audience
- How to enhance communication using body language
- How to communicate using PowerPoint and other presentation aids
- How to handle impromptu presentations
- Structures to help you communicate both in informal and formal setups
George, a high court advocate with 6 years’ experience, had this to say about the training.
“I am comfortable in a court of law. I know what I should say, how I should say it, and how to say it. Once I’m out of the court, it’s like the rules change.
I have struggled to make meaningful connections outside of work. Everyone says I speak like a lawyer. I never knew what this meant –until I joined the communication training.
In the training, I was able to learn and differentiate how I should talk to my fellow professionals, as well as my friends outside of the work environment.
Now, I know how to handle a social conversation outside the workplace.”