As an image consultant and life coach, I like to say that the most important factors for good communication are three – V'.
Visual communication is about what you convey through body language, dressing, grooming, hygienic eye contact, gestures, tone, and everything else you don't talk or talk to. In other words, we did a lot of communication without having to talk.
Familiar with visual communication, not only can help you maintain a relaxed, open posture, such as open arms, relaxed legs and friendly tone, it can also help you to read other people's thoughts through visual communication.
Remember to keep your face smiling at all times and maintain healthy eye contact through dialogue. This will convince another person that you are focused on the conversation, but you must not star in this person, which will make him or her feel uncomfortable.
Often, non-verbal signals do convey a person's feelings. For example, if the person does not see your eyes, he or she may feel uncomfortable or hide the truth.
For the upcoming important meeting, dress well, be neat – your hair should be done, beard trimmed [for men, the clean shave looks best], clean and manicured nails, make sure you smell It's very good, keep smiling and good eye contact. By creating a good and strong first impression, it will definitely increase the chances of success.
Vocal communication is what we say – tone and sound. The right voice means enough to say – don't say too much or too little. You must communicate as little information as possible. Whether you are personally speaking, talking to someone by phone or email, be as clear as possible and say what you want. If you can't do this, your audience will bring you up or not sure what you want to convey.
Always be polite in all professional or workplace communication. If you do this, you will encourage your collection to communicate honestly with you.
At all times, you must have confidence in communicating with others. Confidence shows your personal and your colleagues what you believe you are communicating and what you will follow. Always recommend a firm and friendly tone.
Effective verbal communication skills are more than just talking. It ranks high among candidate evaluation parameters used by job seekers in many companies.
Oral communication is a two-way road. In other words, two roads, how to convey information and how to receive information.
What constitutes effective verbal communication at work depends on the relationship between the communication partners and their communication references. In the case of personal communication, the communication partner is family and friends. At work, the communication partners are different individuals and groups, such as colleagues, bosses and subordinates, employees, customers, teachers and students, as well as speakers and their audiences. .
Oral communication takes place in many different environments, including training courses, presentations, group meetings, performance evaluations, one-on-one discussions, interviews, disciplinary meetings, sales promotion and consulting activities.
A few examples of effective verbal communication skills are:
• Provide advice to others on appropriate actions.
• Choose a language that is appropriate for the audience
• Moderate speaking, neither too fast nor too slow
• Communicate confidently, but modest
• Use positive sounds and affirmative words, I understand, of course, yes, I see, etc. to prove understanding
• Use humor to engage the audience
• Use self-disclosure to encourage sharing