Preparation and Discovery

Misconception#4 – Learn once, know always

The Misconceptions of Communication Skills Misconception #4: Once you learn how to communicate you always know how. How long have you been in the professional world? How long has communication been a problem? Most of us have always seen the lack of communication or poor communication or miscommunication as a fundamental problem in organizations. As the world changes and our problems change,...

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Misconception #3 – Get it all at the workshop!

The Misconceptions of Communication Skills Misconception #3: I can learn to communicate in a training event. Where training alone falls short. How many workshops have you attended in your professional business career? How much of what you learned are you using every day of your professional life? A well designed workshop that includes interactivity certainly help you to learn the topic...

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Misconceptions #2 – It’s all about the slides

The Misconceptions of Communication Skills Misconception #2: Communication is about well designed slides (or a well crafted email). Presentation and communication skills are woven throughout your entire professional existence. This is not just about your slides or how you deliver your talk. Those pieces are only about 20% of what you need to develop in order to become an exceptional presenter...

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