What if your audience can’t hear you?
Good solid communication skills, in one-on-one conversations or in group settings, are crucial to the success of any relationship, personal or professional. Confident speaking, effective listening, and thoughtful questioning are all keys to effectiveness. But what if your listeners can’t hear you?
Debbie Lousberg specializes in development subjects, with an emphasis on the issue of hearing loss and its ties to workplace communication. Her presentation – What did you say? includes learning ways to create an environment of open communication where everyone is heard and understood, and relationships are enhanced.
Hearing loss is invisible and you may never know the ability of your audience to hear you. Commit to improving your own skills and help everyone be heard and understood.