We blog weekly about training and communications. If our posts strike a chord of elephantine proportions, do comment – we love a good conversation.
I’m sure we can all agree that we’d rather avoid annoying people by guessing the answer, only for it to be wrong.
Worse still, you could lose credibility or your job.
What you know is a drop in the ocean versus what you don’t know.
And being upfront about that can help influence those around you.
Here are some examples, with variations of “I don’t know”.
Poor communication skills can cost your business up to £25,000 each per year, per employee.
According to a study of over 500 businesses conducted by Siemens.
In this week’s blog, we take a closer look at this research to answer 2 questions.
Why is poor communication costing money?
What can a company do to mitigate this loss?
This week, I’ve witnessed the extreme ends of journalism. From the Washington Post’s exposition of the Nixon administration, to the six-figure sum paid by the Mirror Group for hacking High Grant’s phone. Here are five Golden Rules that will allow you to use the media to get your point across effectively.
Some media trainers knock you down…and leave you down. Our media coaches show you how to deal with each knock…and still win through. So you have the presentation skills to perform – with confidence.