Communication Newsletter

July 5, 2022

Speaking Without Apology

Often I hear speakers open their speeches by apologizing because they did not know they were supposed to speak until the last minute. Sometimes they […]
January 6, 2022

Touch the Head and the Heart

Often when we speak, we are trying to persuade those in our audience to understand or accept an idea, a proposal, or product. But how […]
November 23, 2021

Read to Become a Better Speaker

There is a difference between written and oral style. Oral style uses shorter words, more repetition, shorter sentences, and even incomplete sentences. Transcribe a portion […]
January 25, 2021

Communicating in Conflict

All of us have certainly seen many examples of conflict in the last several months. Communicating in conflict is often a negative situation, but whether […]
October 21, 2020

Zooming With Your Audience

Speaking is now more challenging than ever because we often cannot see our audience and their visual reactions. Since the pandemic limits personal contact, we […]