To effectively communicate, we must realize that we are all different in the way we perceive the world and use this understanding as a guide to our communication with others.’ – Tony Robbins
You don’t get along with your colleague – he seems to be against you and deliberately make your life difficult. What can you do?
You are a finance executive and will be on a roadshow in USA & Europe, presenting to 40 investors to get a US $500M investment! How would you achieve your goal?
Your project contract was recently renegotiated and you have to communicate the news with HQ in Houston. How can you convey a good message that everything is under control, giving enough good news so that they don’t bother you and not too much info so you don’t put their hopes up?
What do others say about it?
‘It is important for you to know that today I was in an English meeting with the Finance VP from South Africa the whole day. I was almost not afraid to talk, I felt very good. I was lost a bit sometimes, but in general I was able to manage the meeting. So I want to thank you very much, this has been possible thanks to you!’
‘My needs are fulfilled because I have different tips to improve my teleconference performance.’
‘I feel it has helped me a lot with my fluency both written and oral, to be more assertive and familiar with expressions to make requests.’
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