Crisp: Thinking On Your Feet: Tools to Communicate Clearly by Marlene Caroselli

By Marlene Caroselli

Learn how to boost and sharpen your pondering talents in a wide selection of events. routines let you perform and follow pondering talents. From informal buyer conversations to formal shows and media interviews, the right way to imagine as you communicate.

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He intoned, “We will not forget you. ” Page 13 RECOMMENDATIONS Always think before you speak. Ask yourself if the words could come back to haunt you. Train your brain to pay attention to the mental red flags that could be signaling trouble for you or for others. Answer clearly and succinctly. Look directly into the interviewer’s eyes. Do not give more information than is being asked for, unless you are extremely comfortable with the topic or unless a discussion of it poses no possible danger. Learn to be comfortable with pauses.

Is this typical behavior for this person? • Is this truly an attack or merely a release of pent-up feelings? • Am I over-reacting? Am I considering it hostile when it may be a simple disagreement or expression of a different point of view? • Is the person attacking me or the information I am presenting? Of course, if he continues non-stop, you may have to interrupt, but try to do so in a non-confrontational way. If he pays no attention to you, get his attention in any way you can. Stand up if you have to, or shout, or repeat one word over and over until he stops and yields the floor to you.

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