26th September 2008 From India , Mumbai
i am law graduate with master degree in human resorce managment.i am having experience of 8 year in sales and marketing in pharma industry and lookin for job in hrd.
friends if there is any oppening in hrd i am intrested
29th September 2008 From India , Udaipur
I teach a course in business communication for mba students. One exercise that is useful
is"to observe for a week how people communicate with you.Note down the situations where you experience some difficulty in understanding the message. Discuss these barriers at the end of the week and work out a joint plan to overcome the problems."
Really an experiment for Why you aren’t responsible for what you say, but what others hear.
30th September 2008 From India , Pune
What really liked was:
"Listen to what they think you said. This is possibly the most valuable of all three points"
"How many times have you been frustrated with a colleague and thought of what she would say, then what you would say, and before you realized it, 20 minutes had passed and you could not believe that you had wasted so much time on something so petty? Use that skill for your benefit.."
" Dedicating yourself to help your listener receive the value you intend by imagining how they will receive the words you offer, by affirming the value and worth of the listener and by honoring them with the opportunity to communicate their understanding back to you, creates a platform for future conversations."
Thanks a lot once again for the link.
30th September 2008 From India , Mumbai
an excellent PPT.........it is useful for everyone especially leaders and trainers and of course speakers....keep up the good work.........satyaramc
7th October 2008 From India , Hyderabad
thank you indeed.....i have most of the qualities that you both speak of...and iam proud of myself...
but when senior friends like you, advise us, its like you have clicked the refresh button for me.
Bala, today was my first day at the college, had to give a small prestentation, and i did so well, remembered you.
all credit goes to citehr...
i hope, wish and pray this will not be a paid site like others....i am aware that citehr is in business not in charity....BUT ???????
thankyou onec again
8th October 2008 From Oman ,
Lemme assure you, no opinion is sponsored here.
Congrats for the successful presentation that you made. There are few tips for successful presentation. Hope you find them beneficial in future.
1.Have a clear focus why you are making the presentation.
2.Punctuate your presentation with anecdotes and examples. Everyone will remember your presentation.
3.Do you spot a bored audience? Quickly repair the damage. Try to involve them.
4.Pls never ever read your slides, if its ppt presentation.
5.Do not give out figures thinking no one in the audience would know. If they point out an inaccuracy, you would have lost complete credibility.
6.Maintain eye contact. Some presenters look at just five or six people. Never do that.
7.Often, the presenter looks at those who make them feel good. Happens if they are not confident as they interpret the expressions of the person as positive strokes.
8.Now a day we depend too much on technology. Sometime it may fail us. The computer may misbehave. The lights may go off… Many presenters collapse when technology fails. And lemme tell you audience really love this. Stun the audience behaving it made no difference to you as you are on top of the subject.
Best of luck
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11th October 2008 From India , Delhi
thanks pradeep for a very informative ppt on effective communication
keep it up:icon4:
:icon4: thanks bala and pradeep
both of you have given me a new insight for effective communication
will help me better explain it to BAF students for their subject business communication
12th November 2008 From India , Mumbai