Four Exercises For Speaking Power
Exercise 1: What’s the listening?
We always speak into a listening, which changes from person to person, from audience to audience, and over time. If you want to hit the bullseye instead of missing the target altogether, simply get into the habit of asking yourself: “What’s the listening?” both when you’re planning what to say and as you meet the audience, whether it’s one person or a group. As you practice, you will become better and better at feeling the listening, and at adapting your content and delivery to suit.
This material was written by Julian Treasure, author, How to be Heard: Secrets for Powerful Speaking and Listening. It has been prepared and distributed solely for information purposes. First Clearing has not verified the information and opinions in this document, nor does it make any representations as to their accuracy or completeness.
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