Tony Robbins is famous for saying that the quality of your life is the quality of your communication! This seems like a bold claim until you realise that he is talking about two types of communication. Communication with yourself and communication with others. Today is about exploring both of these forms of communication.
External communication, that is communication with others, is one of the most necessary processes in business life. Communication is an important process that connects people’s activities to each other and enables them to work comfortably in a group. Communication skills involve concepts such as establishing meaningful relationships with your peers, developing the ability to express and transfer your ideas to others clearly and being a good listener. Good communication means taking an active interest in the concerns of your peers and it is our aim that your moto will become ‘seek to understand before being understood.’ In addition to learning how to develop rapport with elegance and grace, you will learn how to be attentive to emotional cues and listen well.
Internal communication, that is communication with yourself, is about becoming aware of your feelings during every communication and noticing the impact your feelings have on the outcome you achieve in any communication. With that in mind this day will focus as much on developing your ability to sense your own feelings and perspective during your everyday communication and noticing the results you get!