There are numerous books, webinars, and consultants dedicated to improving business communication. And it's an important skill. But the most eloquent, best-crafted presentation in the world is WORTHLESS – if no one's listening.
A thorough understanding of what listening really is can do far more than help you get more out of the next meeting or presentation you attend. A better grasp of listening can help you hone your own presentation and communication skills to help make sure others – your boss, your colleagues, and your audience – are listening to YOU.
To help you develop these vital skills, Business Management Daily has teamed up with a leading consultant on a new webinar designed to improve the part of the communications process that even experts often ignore. Introducing How to Get People to Listen to YOU.
Join us for this vitally important training. You'll discover:
- Whether your audience is listening, or just hearing
- Why listening is more important today than ever before
- The 4 different types of listening
- How to distinguish "signal" from "noise"
- Cues and clues to determine if you're being listened to
- When to speak – and when NOT to
- The way true leaders listen
- "Listening with your eyes": non-verbal communication
- And much more!
How do you block out distractions? What's the role of emotions in listening? Do you know the 3 Cs that require better listening skills? How to Get People to Listen to YOU will reveal all of this and more. And because this is a webinar, there is NO LIMIT to the number of colleagues you can invite to listen in with you.
Speaker, author and coach Alan Adler will share his years of experience with you on the best way to make a connection with your audience – whether it's 1 person or 1,000. You can also ask Alan your specific questions – and listen to his answers.
You can't convince anyone to do ANYTHING - until you convince them to listen. And there's no better way to develop these skills than How to Get People to Listen to YOU.
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