Treating others the way you want to be treated isn’t necessarily the best practice when it comes to communication styles as it assumes everyone is just like you. Do you often wonder why you can say something to one person, and it is taken the way you meant it, but then when you say that same thing to another person, it is taken the wrong way?
In this keynote, discover what your communication style is, learn how to communicate with impact, and determine how to flex your style to communicate effectively with others.
Overview of Keynote
Whether you are a seasoned professional, or just starting out in your career, being aware of your communication style and those around you is imperative to creating and building prosperous business relationships.
During the course of your day, the communication styles of those you engage with will impact the way you lead and interact with your team, the way you sell your business and products, and the way you collaborate with others. Being attuned to the nuances of a room, and learning about different communication styles and needs, will boost your ability to direct, compel, and engage your audience.
In this fun and engaging keynote, you will identify your communication style, explore tools and techniques to allow you to better leverage your style, as well as delve into the best approaches to take while working with others with different communication styles than your own. This keynote is designed to teach you how to communicate essential messages using emotional intelligence and gain the trust of your teams, both proven to garner great results.
The four types of communication styles.
Useful communication principles and techniques.
How to flex your communication style.
The ability to build stronger connections.
WHY DOES YOUR ORGANIZATION NEED THIS TOPIC?
Leveraging emotional intelligence in your communication will allow you to communicate with more empathy and impact. You will walk away with a deeper understanding of, and compassion for, each other, a more authentic connection, and a better chance of your message being truly heard.