Anglais de Communication
Une bonne communication orale nécessite un savoir-faire !
Ce savoir-faire s’acquiert par une pratique régulière des techniques de communication. Il permet de développer un «savoir-être» de bon communicant.
Effective Communication Skills
Effective Communication Skills is a 4 week training course which will help you to express yourself more effectively, have more influence with your colleagues and appear more confident in front of others.
This is a highly practical and interactive course.
You will be working both individually and in small groups on a variety of vocal and practical exercises, interactive discussions and role plays throughout the day.
Complete your communication skills course and see the results
You'll leave the workshop with your own personal development plan and a toolkit of techniques to turn that plan into action. You will also leave the workshop with a buzz and with a great sense of achievement.
You will also be able to:
- Speak with more confidence and listen carefully to build rapport.
Analyse and utilise body language to your advantage
Steer conversations and influence people
Have the confidence to make more of an impact on your audience. Enhance your professionalism at work ... and have had a fun time doing it
Look Professional: Body Language Speaks:
Body language is just as important as words when it comes to getting a message across. But what should you do with your hands when you're talking in public? And how should you move your body?
Do you ever feel physically uncomfortable not knowing quite what to do? Should you gesticulate frequently or keep gestures to a minimum? Should you wander around or stay stock still?
A convincing speaker uses powerful body language, including strong, defined movements and stillness. But unless you are taught to use your personal body language effectively, it can be really hard to know what to do.
For your speech to have impact, your body language must reflect your words, and vice versa. We will teach you to match these comfortably so that your audience can simultaneously see, hear and understand what you mean.
Won't I feel uncomfortable changing my body language?
We try to make the process as pain free as possible. We will take you out of your comfort zone a little, but you will be in a safe environment where it doesn't matter if you make a mistake. We are here to support you.
The body speaks very loudly, but many people don't know exactly what their non-verbal communication is saying to their audience. We will give you expert feedback on your body language and gently encourage you to try new techniques.
However, we realise that your body language is part of your personality and as everyone is different, the body language that works for you will be very individual and we won't suggest doing anything uncomfortable or unnatural.
Making eye contact:
Another vital part of public speaking is making eye contact with your audience. This draws people in and makes them listen because they feel you are addressing them personally.
But although it sounds simple, lots of people find it diffcult to make appropriate eye contact, particularly with a big audience. There are lots of misconceptions about what to do, and we will clear these up for you. We will show you how to make effective eye contact, increasing your authority and audience rapport and establishing a professional presence.
More details :
To learn more about how Simply Speaking can help you develop your public speaking and presentation skills , and in particular your body language, why not sign up for our e-course , which contains loads of practical advice on speaking successfully.
Or contact us now for a free initial consultation and we will explain how to start improving your public speaking skills and your body language today.
What makes a good communicator?
Use your voice more effectively
Develop a greater awareness of your voice
How to speak more confidently
How to develop a more expressive tone of voice
Understand how the voice conveys meaning
How to use your voice to influence your listener