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Leadership Communication: Communicating Effectively Under Pressure

Effective communication for leaders is essential to build trust, respect and confidence within the organization. Whether you are put on the spot while attending a meeting, presenting a proposal, selling an idea, or answering questions after a presentation, articulating your thoughts and being able to think on your feet in unanticipated situations is a skill.

Présentation du cours

Communicating under pressure is a critical leadership component. This course gives you tools to deliver your message with confidence and clarity regardless of the scenario.

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Ce que vous apprendrez

Identify personal obstacles preventing us from communicating well under pressure. Learn to organize our thoughts and structure ideas for more effective communication. You'll learn a process to respond to difficult questions and pressure situations with confidence, credibility. and finesse. This program will give you the skills to speak confidently, diplomatically, and tactfully in a variety of situations.

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Pourquoi vous voulez l’apprendre

As individuals in positions of influence, what we say, how we say it, and how we respond to what we deem difficult situations can have an effect on how others see our technical competence and our ability to lead.

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Comment cela va vous aider

Communicating well under pressure cultivates trust and confidence in your ability to lead teams, win business, raise engagement and provide outstanding results that impact the bottom line.

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Dale Carnegie
Dale Carnegie