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Make your communications curt - Business Networking Blog

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2007-06-19 20:39:00
Make your communications curt
At a seminar on Friday strategic communications expert Peter Brill of Net-mentor.com advised us to be CURT in our communications for them to be effective. You'll be glad to know he wasn't advising us to be rude!

Curt is for Clarity, Understanding, Relevant and Timely. Next time you have to present at a networking event ask yourself some questions;

Do I have a clear message?
Am I communicating in a way that the audience will understand?
How relevant is what I am saying to the audience?
Are there any external factors I can use to make my delivery more timely?

Good Networking!
Dave Clarke
Posted by Dave Clarke at 20:39:00, 19 Jun 07
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