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How to be a more persuasive communicator

Explain what needs to be done to become a more persuasive communicator. Describe how you can improve your listening skills with people around you in the workplace and life.

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How to become a More Persuasive Communicator in the Workplace

Explain what needs to be done to become a more persuasive communicator. Describe how you can improve your listening skills with people around you in the workplace and life.

A communicator will want to observe verbal and non-verbal clues, listen attentively and use feedback to clarify any questions or comments. The facilitator will want to rally their ...

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A communicator will want to observe verbal and non-verbal clues, listen attentively and use feedback to clarify any questions or comments. The facilitator will want to rally their people, give them hope and a sense of ownership and leadership. Sharing a common goal and a shared vision throughout your team will ensure that the goal will be realized. The employees will want to feel they have an interest in the goals of communication. Both parties will want to be respectful and ensure they are being authentic and genuine in their communication. Non-verbal clues include facial expressions, body language and micro expressions, which are small facial clues that show the person may or may not be truthful and authentic. Observing these clues can allow the other person to dig deeper or confront any discrepancies. This will strengthen workplace communication and address issues before they become problems.

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