Most communication is habitual. Your self-awareness of basic and effective communication lowers as your job performance heightens and you become more confident in what you know. This familiarity lowers your effectiveness and insight of how others perceive you and your messaging.
This course will advance your communication skills professionally and personally. You will learn to understand the impact of your verbal, written and listening communication as well as be able to understand the impact words, tone and body language have on your listeners and readers. You will start replacing low energy and limiting statements with high energy and empowering statements.
It is time to polish and refine your communique with more positive and powerful intent so all your words work for you.
“The single biggest problem in communication is the illusion that it has taken place.”
George Bernard Shaw
- Examine communication methods and styles which form the basis of all communication.
- Find out how well you actually express yourself.
- Improve your positive communication to heighten respect, build self-confidence, and make your life happier.
- Make the most effective use of tone and body language in communication.
- Determine how well you listen and how to improve your listening skills.
- Learn and apply empowering beliefs in your verbal and written messaging rather than limiting beliefs.
- Get rid of low energy words and replace them with high energy words to lift you and the people around you up a few notches.
- Using the WIN formula in conflict management, and
- Fine-tune your presentation skills.
Colleen Clarke & Associates
Colleen Clarke is a highly regarded and inspiring corporate trainer, career specialist, workplace coach, and author in the areas of career management, communication, and networking. She has helped over 8,000 people navigate along their career path as well as into new and rewarding jobs and careers. Her books on networking and career management have inspired readers to career success.
Colleen is a monthly workplace advisor for The Globe and Mail’s Nine to Five column. She is an oft sought after SME on workplace and career management/transition issues for electronic and print media. Colleen is an executive board member of the NCCA, the National Communication Coaches Association and on the board of the OACM, the Ontario Association of Career Management.