Many of us are asked to ‘be more strategic' in their communication.
But what exactly does that mean and how do you do it?
I share a series of tips through one powerful case study, which does at least three things. It
- Focuses on a commonly applicable topic
- Offers a complex story with lots of considerations to manage (ie that require both art AND science)
- Includes at least 3 takeaways you can use straight away
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1-1 Coaching sessions for early birds
Richard Medcalf of XQuadrant will offer the first 3 team leaders a 1-1 coaching session.
Davina Stanley of Clarity First will offer the first individuals a communication coaching session.
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Recordings will be available for those who cannot be present live, or who want to revisit the material.
Extend your strategic thinking skills by attending Richard Medcalf's intensive 90-minute workshop.
Recordings available for those who cannot make the 21 January session
This was the best course I have done. I was always confident in my reasoning but not as confident with presenting it, particularly to audiences that were not on my wavelength.
Davina has shown me how to organise my high level messages which gets me a better response from my audiences.
In fact, when I used the approach to present to the sales team last week half of them came up to me individually afterwards to compliment me on my presentation. That has never happened before!
Clarity First was incredibly useful for me as it has provided a framework through which I am able to structure my initial thoughts quickly and easily.
I have always been OK at delivering communications, but the tools Davina has taught me will not only make the communications clearer and more concise but the time taken to get to the end point has reduced greatly.
I recommend the course to anyone who wants to make existing skills even better or for those that want to create the foundations for great communication.
Keywords: Art and Science of communicating complex ideas, workshop, free