Do you have effective communication skills? Are you a confident communicator? In this 20 minute podcast episode, Dr. Andrea Wojnicki teaches you the 5 simple steps that will improve your communication skills. It’s as simple as ABCDE!
References & Links
Communication Skills & General References
- Professor Amy Cuddy, a social psychologist at Harvard on power posing
- Stephen Covey and his 7 Habits of Highly Effective People – Habit #5 was “Seek first to understand, then to be understood.”
- Epictetus, a Greek philosopher said, “We have two ears and one mouth – so that we can listen – twice as much as we speak.”
- FastCompany on communication skills (such as asking questions, displaying positive body language, and active listening)
- Virgin CEO Sir Richard Branson says that communication skills are the most important skills any leader can possess.
Research on Benefits of Deep Breathing
Talk About Talk Episodes Referenced
- #24 “The ABCDEs of Communication.”
- #1 Body Language with Cynthia Barlow
- #2 USING YOUR VOICE – with baritone opera singer Bradley Christensen.
- #4 LANGUAGE with Dr Josep Gonzalez
- #9 YOUR PERSONAL BRAND with Michael Boydell
- #10 COLOUR with Daryl Aitken, Jenn Purkis & Lori Ryerson
- #11 STORYTELLING – with Harvard professor Jerry Zaltman
- #16 FASHION with Toronto Fashion Week’s Carolyn Quinn
- #17 POSSESSIONS with Professor Russell Belk
- #21 TRUST with Baron Manett
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- Andrea – Andrea@TalkAboutTalk.com
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