Fb2 Good Communicator: The 8 Rules the Experts Know and Never Shared ePub
by Nan Kilkeary
|Publisher:||Quickread (May 1, 1987)|
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Kilkeary, Nan, 1943-. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Internet Archive Books.
The Good Communicator. Select Format: Paperback. ISBN13:9780942263084. Communication in management, Interpersonal communication. There's no description for this book yet. Published 1987 by QuikRead in Evanston, Ill.
Nan M. Kilkeary, American management specialist, entrepreneur. the eight fundamental rules for good communcation). Recipient Golden Trumpet, Publicity Club Chicago, 1975, 79, 80, Shaunessy award, 1979, 80; President award International Association Business Communicators, 1979. Society American (silver anvil 1977, 79), National Investor Rels. Institute (chapter director 1975-1980), Women in Communications, Carleton. 63081/?tag prabook0b-20.
A good communicator has the ability to project the image that he is a. .But the communicator who knows his topic well is seen as an expert. Along the same lines, knowing your subject well allows you to speak with confidence
A good communicator has the ability to project the image that he is a friend to each and every one of his listeners. In many settings, the speaker may not ever have the chance to meet personally many of his listeners, although in a church setting this is much easier to accomplish. Whether or not you are a friend to everyone isn’t the point. People connect and listen, because he speaks with a sense of authority and knowledge. Along the same lines, knowing your subject well allows you to speak with confidence. You are able to be free from notes or outlines that can be restrictive.
Good communicators establish a personal connection by focusing on how their message may impact the other person. For example, good communicators in the marketing industry always explain how the company’s products or services will benefit the customer. This gives the audience a reason to listen and remember what the marketer has said. This requires knowing how to actively listen and making every effort to understand what they’re telling you. If you don’t listen and then respond inappropriately, that can make people feel unimportant and literally unheard. In addition to responding appropriately, attentive listening makes the exchange enjoyable for your conversation partner.
Good communicators really listen to people and take in what is said. If they don’t understand and want to clarify something they wait for a suitable opportunity. When speaking, effective communicators are good at giving information. They do not confuse their listener. They make their points clearly. They will avoid technical terms, abbreviations or jargon. If they do need to use unfamiliar terminology they explain by giving an easy to understand example.
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