As well as this, intonation was key when speaking as it showed the emotions behind my words. Furthermore, paraphrasing throughout discussions and talks helped to ensure that everything was fully understood and explained. Following this, I also summarised at the end of presentations and allowed questions to verify that the main
A client needs affirmation and to feel empowered. I can help the client best by being self-aware, removing any biases, and being present in the moment. I learned that one way to be present in the moment is by practicing active listening. Active listening is fully concentrating on what the client is saying and getting a full understanding of his/her story. It is engaging completely, paying attention to change of thoughts, emotions, and body language.
Everyone salesperson must deal with the public and this book gave me significant insight on how to better handle situations that will be thrown my way. By pairing the material in the novel as well as material we learned in class, I know how to propose my product to people and what strategies to use to make my sales pitch. With my future career fast approaching, I feel more prepared for what lies
One of the most impressive and influential skills that someone can have is the ability to give a speech in which they can convey their message to their audience along with keeping the audience attentive. Many factors play into the ability to deliver a good speech to a crowd. First, the speaker must be able to grab the attention of the audience. Then, the speaker should build their credibility about the topic that they are speaking about if it is not obvious. After this the speaker will begin to explain what the main idea or ideas of the speech will be and proceed to go into more depth about each one of the ideas.
The language is with a lot repeats. By repeating” YOU” it makes the audience feel important, and it makes them feel, that George is one of them, and makes them remember the message in the speech. He makes them feel, that he knows, what kind of situation there are in. To get the message of the speech out so wide as possible he uses repetition. He keeps repeating the important messages.
Balance: the ability to determine which information is added or removed in order to connect with an audience on a profound level. Fearlessness: Going beyond the speakers comfort zone to express how important the speech is. Authenticity: To speak genuinely and honestly “even if it is vulnerable and even if it feels inappropriate” (Lloyd-Hughes). Carrey very clearly demonstrates each of these qualities throughout his speech and they may have come easily due to his experience as an
Learning from the extensive interaction in the CP course and my professional experiences as HR Professional, I know that a leader should understand her team members’ characteristics, particularly their strengths, weaknesses, personalities, and build a same perspective/vision to facilitate team effectiveness. This initiative will enable each member to contribute their talent, develop a collective agreement to solve problems and achieve the team’s goal effectively. Having an effective work group is very critical for solving the challenge/problems, particularly on how we could deliver a robust recommendation for the client by applying diverse knowledge gained from the MBA course and how we could get reliable data/information from Greenwich Library and multiple
Working in a person centred way was key for this role, as not always was they able to communicate their needs and wants. Through this role I learnt communication factors which helped me deal with clients in a sensitive yet appropriate manner. I fully understood and made myself fully prepared for their reactions towards the information being portrayed. This Job significantly improved many different sections of my life, my patience, enthusiasm, communication and my initiative all increased tremendously. As a result of this
Even though I have experience helping to write IEPs in the last two years, it was really just from what I gleaned from sitting in IEP meetings and listening to colleagues as they reviewed IEPs with families. This class provided much more detail to me, about the thought process behind each section of the IEP (PLOPs, measureable goals) and why the IEP is developed the way it is. For example, the Present Levels of Performance are written to give a clear picture of the student – where are they now? What are their academic and functional needs? How does their disability affect their time in the regular education classroom?
The success of any relationship relies on the ability to communicate well. Communication is important in all relationships as it allows us to share our interests, concerns, and support of each other. It helps us to organize our lives and make decisions, and it allows us to work together.Effective communication is based on the way we talk and listen, how we respond as well as our body language. We can all learn how to improve the way we communicate because it takes more than words to create a safe, exciting and secure relationship. Communication is the key to relationships.