Learning to communicate effectively in business is perhaps the most important skill that leaders can learn. In business, communicating ineffectively can be costly. Communicating by using the Three C’s will help build your leadership skills and your business.
To take your business to the next level, try using the Three C’s: Clear - Connect - Compelling.
1. Clear. When you are speaking, make sure that others can easily understand you the first time. If you do not speak clearly, misunderstanding can lead to performance that falls short of your expectations. Sometimes, those will a foreign accent can be difficult to understand. If this is you, you may want to work with a Communication Coach or Accent Reduction Coach to help improve your English pronunciation.
2. Connect. For effective communication, you should connect people to a meaningful purpose. Help them understand why that purpose is important, and make them feel proud for being connected to it. This is especially important for managers leading a team within an organization or executives leading a company. If you have time, I would suggest viewing this TedTalk by Simon Sinek where he discusses The Golden Circle. In this circle, your “why” is at the center of everything you do.
3. Compelling. Inspirational leaders motivate and inspire their followers to take action. By choosing compelling words and phrases when you communicate, your followers will be inspired. Not only that, but communicating with compelling words will also make others feel valued and appreciated.
The Corporate Speech Trainers at Online Speech Services can help you improve your communication skills to achieve your full potential. The results may include: dynamic presentation skills; clearer pronunciation; more natural speech rhythm, voice inflection, and cadence; and more effective communication skills as a team member. For more information or for a free consultation about how we can help you or your business, contact us at (732) 844-3525 or send us an e-mail today! #businesscommunication #publicspeakingtips #accentreduction