Communication skills are just like other skills. You need to learn to use the basic tools and techniques before you learn a more complex one. For example, a great carpenter must learn to use a saw, a chisel, and many other tools and techniques before they can make a beautiful cabinet. In the same way, a great communicator must learn the basic building blocks of communication before they can make a beautiful and compelling speech.
Before you can master the skills of public speaking, influence, having difficult conversations, storytelling and more, you must learn the core communication skills. The articles below will help you learn and apply these core skills.
Communication isn’t a skill that can only be learned from a training course, or read about in a book. Everyday life provides fantastic opportunities to learn how to improve your communication. I’d like to share one of the most...
Making sure your topic is clear when starting a conversation sounds obvious, but you'd be surprised how often it doesn't happen. Before you start talking about the details of your message, it is important to provide some context. Make sure to orient your audience, so you are starting at the same point.