Improving Verbal Communication Skills

To be successful in the workplace, one must learn the art of verbal communication skills. A good speaking skill will help one, not only in business areas but also in most of his or her daily life.

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In workplaces, verbal communication skills are required when you make a presentation or when you are talking to your boss. In fact, it is not that difficult to learn the art of communication skills, however, you will need a lot of training. Find several tips to improve your skill in speaking below. Continue reading

4 Types of Marketing Communication

In order to smoothen the road of selling product or service, marketing communication is the made available. It is the way to affect people to buy the product or use the service while maintaining a contact with the existing customers.

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There are four types of marketing communication, including advertising, public relations, and sales promotions. Continue reading

Training on Communication and Presentation Skills

Most results presentations follow the rule of tradition: We do what we’ve seen others do and hope it works. If our organization traditionally writes 200-page reports, we write 200-page reports. If most presentations are verbal, to small groups, we follow this organizational family formula as well. In reality, a two-day presentation and a 200-page report may be too little for some groups and studies; a two-hour presentation and a 20-page report too much for other circumstances.

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The trick is to tailor. If your report is to be made to six people, find out as much as you can about the communication and organizational needs of those six people. What issues are sensitive to them? What vested interests do they have that relate to your study? What are their communication styles? What outcomes do they expect, and what unexpected results might be rejected out of hand? Continue reading

Style of Leadership and Communication

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Ms. Leony has acquired more than 20 years of experience in hotel management, specifically in the banquet department. As a worker, she prefers to accomplish one task at a time and see it through to completion. Detail oriented, she puts great importance on the accuracy of details since the nature of her work involves a lot of administrative details such as especially assembly schedules or preparation of wedding events. She knows the needs and demands in a service industry because she has spent half of her life in this role.

As a Banquet Manager, Ms. Leony’s style of leadership is by way of teaching her subordinates. She monitors them closely and assigns tasks, which she deems is appropriate to their capabilities. Furthermore, she delegates and share tasks among her subordinates clearly and efficiently to ensure delivery on time. She is able to tell and enforce discipline to her subordinates when they make mistakes. Similarly when making decisions, she involves her team, gets their inputs but has the final word. She supports her decision based on her past experiences and weighs pros and cons before taking an action. At present, she revealed that she is now in the process of grooming potential candidates who can replace her in the future. Admittedly, she enjoys and loves her work and would like to see the continuity and progress of this department when she retires one day. Continue reading