Business Communication Skills
On this audio recording, Terry Elston shows you the wonder of communicating powerfully, through the eyes and ears of over 20 years experience. Terry and his trainers at NLP World have trained over 21 blue chip companies in NLP communication skills, plus public offices such as the UK government, The ministry of defence and The South Wales Police Force.
• Delve into the knowledge of how to think about communicating – knowledge that
Terry has brought from 18 years of research and training
• Learn how Rapport is more than just matching and mirroring another person
• Tune up on your sensory awareness
• How to chunk information for your audience
• Providing intelligent metaphors to save you time and deliver deep messages
• Learn how to ask questions that connect you to your listeners
Terry starts by taking you behind the scenes to listen to the whole philosophy of communicating before any person even opens their mouth to talk!
When we do get to talk, you should have a framework for being a powerful communicator by understanding how people listen to you and how perceptions alter any person’s delivery.
The basis of all good communicators is rapport and sensory awareness. Terry shows you the latest techniques in those areas that allow you the edge on anyone else.
You will learn how to successfully chunk information into relevant parts to keep your audience awake and remembering your messages. This may seem obvious, yet most communicators do not know the science of ‘chunking’.
Terry shows you the power of using metaphor, either for business or for any of your clients. You will learn deep & shallow metaphor plus how to create open loops; a technique that gets your listener captivated for any length of time.
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“When I invited you to teach the teachers and pupils the power of communicating, I had no idea you would be bringing the Harry Potter wand of magic in the principles you give – thank you!” Glen McPheat, Head of Learning and Development, Christ’s Hospital, Horsham