This is a guest post by Jim Holmes.
Much of our effectiveness in the workplace ties to how well we convey the message to those around us. Communication amongst humans is always a challenging effort, and it’s made harder by muddled ideas, wandering and tedious concepts, and stammering or hesitant deliveries.
Learning some fundamentals from public speaking can be a tremendous asset to one’s ability to influence change in the workplace. Such skills don’t require you to knock out keynotes at 2,200 person conferences. Rather, effective public speaking fundamentals can be learned and practiced in many different ways.
This is a companion discussion topic for the original entry at http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/gurock/~3/UH5K2MrV9jY/