Improve Your Communication Skills

Would you like to be able to communicate more effectively?

Here are is a quick guide to help you do just that.

 

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Are there people in your life you would like to be able to communicate with more effectively?

If so, the following will help you choose the right words to resonate with that person.

All you need to do is listen to the descriptive words people use to reveal whether they are:

Auditory

Kinaesthetic or

Visual thinkers

By using their preferred way of assimilating information you will make a huge difference to the way your information is received.

Auditory Assimilators

Like to talk, they usually like music and learn effectively by listening.

For the people who assimilate information in this way the tone of voice and words used are effective triggers.

When assessing information their eyes will look right when they are constructing and creating; and eyes left when they are recalling information.

When they are talking to themselves and hearing the sounds their eyes will be down and to the left.

The most effective words for this group of people are:

Ring

Sounds

Hear

Say

Listen

Make music

Harmonise

Tune in-out

Be all ears

Be heard

Resonate

Question

Unhearing

 

Kinaesthetic Assimilators

Talk slowly and breathy. They respond to the physical touch, and memorise by walking through something.

Things have to feel right, will give them a gut feeling.

They can feel hot or cold about something or someone, feeling based people who experience such things as movies and books.

Their eyes are down to the right when thinking.

They need things they can touch, things have to be tangible e.g. something written down.

The most effective words for this group of people are:

It made an impression on me

How does that grab you

Here’s how I feel about it

It really touched me

Grasp

Get hold of

Slip through

Catch on

Tap into

Make contact

Throw out

Turn around

Hard

Unfeeling

Concrete

Scrape

Get a handle on

Solid

 

Visuals Assimilators

Make sense of words by constructing or recalling images.

They have to be able to make a picture and like charts, graphs, beautiful scenes – anything which makes a picture for them.

When their eyes are up to the right they are thinking about future information

If their eyes are up to the left they are recalling past information – things seen before

When their eyes are in an unfocused blank stare they are synthesising and translating words into pictures.

They memorise by making pictures, are less distracted by noise and often have trouble remembering things.

They are easily bored by long verbal explanations, they want to see the how. They would rather read the information.

They like people to be well groomed and prefer presenters to be in blues and greys not beige or brown.

The most effective words for this group include:

Look

Clear

See

View

Perspective

Appear

Show

Dawn

Envision

Illuminate

Imagine

Foggy

Focused

Hazy

Crystal clear

Picture

My view

It looks great

I see what you mean

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