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    How to improve communication skills as i have done MBA?

    Sir,
    I have completed MBA. I want to improve my communication skills

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    Re: How to improve communication skills as i have done MBA?

    :::TIPS TO IMPROVE COMMUNICATION SKILL:::

    Ways to Improve Communication Skills


    You can be a great achiever in your professional and personal spheres of life by having the right communication skills. Here are some ways to improve communication skills, that will surely help you to connect effectively with others.


    Having good communication skills is really important in every walk of life. For instance, they can help you to get a good job, perform better at the workplace, create a better impression about yourself, you can stand out in a crowd, and you can also improve your relationships with others. The right method of communication is therefore very important in whatever you do. Good communication skills can help you overcome the basic complexities that you may face in certain tasks of life. So, have you ever thought how high you rate on your communication skills? Well, the process of improving these skills is really an ongoing affair. Here are some effective ways to improve communication skills that can help you to bring about a change in many aspects of your life.


    Observe
    If you have really poor communication skills and can't seem to get the right words across, be it at your workplace or even with regards to your personal relationships, you must always remember that you need to observe those people who communicate effectively. Look and observe the people around you who make easy and effective conversations. This should give you an insight and an understanding that could open up new ways for better ways to communicate with others.


    Listen
    Communication is not just about speaking effectively and in an impressive manner. No one likes to talk to a person who just goes on and on without ever listening to others. Remember, you also need to be a good listener. This is one factor that is so often overlooked by most people. It is important to be a good listener in order to understand what the other person is saying, and reply accordingly.


    Take Your Time
    Think twice before you speak once. When conversing with someone, remember that you need to take time to think before you react to what is being said. Impulsive reactions often bring out the wrong words, or do not convey what you actually mean. It is an excellent communication skill to take a few moments and process all the information before you respond.


    Positive Thinking
    Think about your positive points before you start a conversation. This will help you overcome the initial hiccups, especially if you are going to give a speech before a very large audience. Being confident is the key element to effective communication.


    Keep it Light
    Having a sense of humor helps to make any conservation light and fun to be in! Develop your sense of humor and use it. Do note one important thing in such cases - you must not hurt the sentiments of others in any possible way, and do not try to be overly funny. As a good communicator, one should know where to draw the line with humor.


    Read
    Be it books or newspapers, develop a love for reading. A well-read person has knowledge on a variety of topics, and does not feel left out when discussing things with others. Reading makes you an intelligent individual with an improved vocabulary, which eventually boosts your confidence while talking to people.


    Do Not Judge
    Avoid thinking that what you say is always right; this may create a certain barrier beforehand in any conversation. An effective communicator makes it a point to listen to the other viewpoints before speaking himself. This provides him or her with a chance to assess the situation in a better way, as preconceived notions always create an obstacle to effective communication.


    Politeness
    Rethink about the ways you are framing your sentences in order not to offend the other person. For example, at work, even if you are displeased, sometimes an effective manner of communicating can help you yield better results, rather than talking offensively. A polite manner of conversing can help you earn the respect of others and impress them as well.


    Body Language
    Sporting the right kind of body language is another important key factor in improving communication skills. Maintain eye contact as you speak; sit and stand in an erect position, and have a firm handshake; do not give wrong signals by crossing your arms and legs; avoid fidgeting excessively. Always remember that your gestures say a lot about your personality as an individual.


    Equal Participation
    Keeping the conversation interesting is extremely necessary. Remember, having good communication skills is not only about talking all the time, it is also about how you get others interested enough to participate in the conversation with you. On the other hand, if you are shy, it is important that you speak up and put your point across.


    Thus, we can see how effective communication skills help one to connect with others, and to build successful relationships that would create a feeling of harmony, and also increase productivity at work.




    All the best...

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    Re: How to improve communication skills as i have done MBA?

    for dis u hav to read daily news papers...
    better go for spoken english classes,practice speaking english all the time..
    all d best

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    Re: How to improve communication skills as i have done MBA?

    You have done MBA but your communication skills are not good then it is very bad thing.what you did during two years while you were pursuing your degree.i think in every college there is a separate depart for english and communication skills. to improve communication skills visit following websites-

    www.engvideos/pronunciation.com.

    www.engvideos/speaking.com

    www.engvideos/grammar.com

    www.engvideos/commonexpression..com


    following news papers also helpful-

    THE HINDU

    Times of india

    THE ECONOMICS

    following magazines-

    cSR

    CURRENT AFFAIRS BY TIMES OF INDIA GROUP.

    you can attend the coaching classes for english speaking .

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    Re: How to improve communication skills as i have done MBA?

    Communication skills can be better improved in colleges universities is you participate in presentation, debate and many such activities held in almost all the B-Schools time to time...
    But if you have done your MBA and still your communication skill is not improved and dont be sad, its good that you willing to do so...
    So for that you have only one choice to join a good personality development institution, because you cannot improve your communication skill at home, you need an ambiance/environment of many people gathered for the same objective, as you cannot talk to your self.

    Besides it try to get through as much as interviews as you can held almost everyday in some or the other company, remember that your objective is just to face the interviewer and answer to it effectively.

    It will really help you!!

    Thank you & All the Best

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