With deliberate practice you can become a communicator, leader and executive that inspires, motivates and takes people with you. You don’t need to be slick or polished, and you don’t have to be tall or good looking, but you do have to engage, inspire and motivate. People are attracted to authenticity. If your strategy is to knock your audience and staff into submission with facts, fear and authority, then think again. Organisations run on discretionary effort. Sure, your staff turn up to work – because you pay them to. But do you connect with them? Do you inspire them? Chances are that a number of your people and teams are mentally checked-out and just going through the motions. It’s up to your employees whether they give you their discretionary effort. Inspired people go the extra mile.
If you’re interested in improving individual, team and organisational performance then…
You have left your mark and safe to say you made us think and nudged us forward
The single biggest problem in communication is the illusion that it has taken place.
Communication - the human connection - is the key to personal and career success.
Facts alone fall short. You can have piles of facts and still fail to resonate. It's not the information itself that's important but the emotional impact of that information.
Inspirational speaker....many presenters could learn something from his engaging style