Upon looking at this list again, I was reminded how so many of these tips are intangible things – they aren’t literal things to say, but rather attitudes and ways to carry yourself when communicating.
This reinforces a crucial point in communication, specifically the importance of body language and tone, and how those things in and of themselves communicate to your managers, employees and coworkers.
Below is the list of 13 – which of these things stand out most to you?
- Make an effective entrance.
- Walk tall.
- Enter with a purpose.
- Make eye contact.
- Give a great handshake.
- Think before you sit.
- Convey relaxed energy.
- Use your head (and your face).
- Use your hands.
- Stick to the basics when speaking in public.
- Communicate with clothes.
- Learn to use your voice.
Read Billie Bowe’s take on each of these tips here, and let me know which ones stand out the most to you!