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Want to lead? Learn to communicate effectively

Communication is the most important means by which a person or organization express themselves. Communicative ability is difficult to suppress. At the individual level, there are talented communicators, and there are the effective communicators. A talented communicator can be telegenic, and can bring in only style. Substance may be lacking in the communication of a talented communicator.

On the other hand, the effective communicator is one who communicates with conviction, trust, respect, understanding, empathy and resolution. This is the kind of communicator organizations need.

To be an effective communicator; the communicator need not have the charisma or attractiveness of the talented communicator. Such a communicator does not need to even possess strong vocabulary or a grandiloquent or articulated style, or even the ability to be able to speak in public, or that of being a good listener. The effective communicator simply needs to understand how to read people, realize that communication is both receiving and broadcasting, and be able to adapt to many unique and stressful situations when it comes to communicating with others.

A learning session on how to be an effective communicator

All these behaviors and traits can be imbibed and implemented through proper coaching. The ways of doing this form the core of a webinar that TrainHR, a highly acclaimed provider of professional trainings for the HR industry; will be organizing. To enroll for this webinar, just visit TrainHR

The expert at this webinar is David Rohlander, author of the Amazon-bestseller, “The CEO Code”. With five sixths of his new clients coming from referrals, David is the ideal expert to impart learning on the many aspects of effective communication.

Understanding and integrity are the soul of effective communication

David will seek to offer clarity on a simple, but potentially one the most troubling questions in the minds of many people: “How to communicate effectively”. In exploring the critical elements of the effective communicator; David will teach how participants can develop these traits and how they can use communication to accomplish great things through other people.

David will explain his conviction that understanding is at the root of effective communication. This, to him, is the cornerstone of effective communication. He will expand on this thought during the webinar, earmarking a considerable part of it to making participants understand the role of understanding. When participants imbibe this trait into their communication, they will be able to read people, develop awareness of the self and inculcate technics and methods to practice.

Carry honesty and conviction in words

When people learn to communicate effectively, it brings with it important qualities such as being able to lead, and to persuade and carry conviction, which makes people believe in them and their ideas. This gives them a prominent position in the minds of listeners, because it equips them with the power to practice integrity. Their words carry weight when they are uttered with belief, honesty and goodwill.

The hallmark of effective communication is integrity in the words, which is what separates the effective speakers from the talented ones. If this important quality is lacking, they are going to lose the trust and faith that people repose in them. This will make them no different from politicians.

This webinar will offer important learning to professionals across the entire spectrum of organizations, for whom communication is a key part of their work and success. C-Level executives such as CEO, CFO, COO, Vice Presidents and Regional Managers, managers and supervisors, newly promoted managers, and high potential employees being groomed for Leadership & Promotions will benefit in a large manner from this webinar.

At this webinar, David will cover the following areas:

  • What is effective communication?
  • Trust
  • Respect
  • Understanding
  • Empathy
  • Resolution
  • It is an Art.

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