Be Compelling in one hour!
One-hour, one-topic communication skill building workshops for your team
Fast, fun, effective, convenient
Learn during lunch, immediately apply new skills in the afternoon
Choose a topic:
1. Be Compelling! With Style
How does your communication style impact how your clients / colleagues connect with you?
Interpreting and judging other's messages based on your own communication style can cause misunderstanding or misjudgment. Learn to recognize communication differences and motivations to enable you to adapt your message to Be Compelling.
2. Be Compelling! Listen
How does your listening impact your job performance?
Listening is instrumental to the quality of all communication, and ultimately, to all of our relationships. Listening can be the most difficult of the communication skills. Consequently, this can lead to poor listening, causing miscommunication, and resulting in impaired
relationships and productivity. In spite of this, people rarely seek ways to become better
listeners. In fact, studies show that most of us perceive ourselves to be better listeners than
how others rate us. In this hour, assess your listening strengths and weaknesses and learn
tools to improve your ability to listen and communicate so others can listen to you.
3. Be Compelling! Beyond Your Words
Is your body expressing the message you intend?
Everything you do—how you move, sound, look, touch, take up space, and use time, sends a message. The question becomes, is it the message that you want to send? There is scientific support for the old adage, “It’s not what you say, but how you say it that matters.” People tend to focus on your nonverbal expression over your verbal communication, so ensuring that your
nonverbal message supports your intention, is crucial for effective interactions. Learn to
maximize your nonverbal message.
4. Be Compelling! Focus On Emotions
Why is there so much talk about Emotional Intelligence?
Emotions drive all our behaviors and interactions. As a result, there is a strong correlation
between our ability to recognize and manage emotions (our own, and other’s) and
professional and personal success. This aptitude has been termed, emotional intelligence.
There are 4 main components to emotional intelligence: self-awareness, social awareness,
self-management, and relational management. This workshop enables participants to
consider how emotions and emotional intelligence imapacts their work relationships and
Contact: Phone (908)- 522-0518 Email Sandra@be-compelling.com
Public Speaking Coach