Contents There are four ways you can become an effective communicator: 03 07 11 15 Your Mind Body Breath and Voice.
So, how do you become an effective communicator? In today’s business environment you must communicate effectively to be successful. We operate in a world of meetings, presentations and conferences in which clear and assertive communication can make all the difference. Well, this booklet is about understanding and recognising that the answer lies within you - through the effective management of the tools you have at your disposal: Your mind, body, breath and voice.
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