How business coach Fabienne Fredrickson keeps an audience at attention.
Posts Tagged ‘Listening’
We are all good at some things and need work on others. Body language is no different. Use the principle of compensation to bring the weaker skill up to par.
I got a tweet from André Rieu, the well-known violinist and Johann Strauss Orchestra conductor. He was aghast at Michael Jackson’s deathand felt what many did of course. Because André is a musician and performer, however, he felt an especially profound loss. So am I and thus, so did I. Jackson was a prodigious talent and his effect on culture is permanent. As Obi-wan said, “I felt a great disturbance in The Force.”
In the uncertain economic times of 2009, business people are desperate to have a trusted advisor. YOU can be that trusted advisor by using one of the most basic but powerful communication skills – listening.
The basics to get you started.
Good listeners are hard to find.
Lessons from a tough business.
Think about cold calling in a different way.
Showing your feelings will help you connect with your audiences.
No more procrastinating. Read this and speak!