A Communication Reminder For All of Us

The way you deliver your message is just as important as the message itself. Research suggests that 93% of communication is nonverbal . This means that the tone of your voice, your facial expressions, and your body language can all have a significant impact on how your message is received.

To improve your communication skills, it’s important to focus not only on what you say, but also on how you say it. For example, you can change the tone of your voice, adjust your posture by un-crossing your arms and by leaning in, to improve engagement.

A great reminder for all of us is that effective communication is not just about conveying information, but also about building relationships and connecting with others. Being cognisant of your nonverbal cues and making an effort to communicate clearly, authentically and effectively, you are likely to become a more confident and successful communicator.



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