Communication is all around you. Whether you are interacting with others on a daily basis, or give a public speech to an attentive crowd, your poise, voice power and overall communciations skills are key. Essentially, all of these factors work together to help you relay your message to your audience and with help from Arthur Reel from Advanced Communication Skills, you can build your full pontential.
What communication skills are important?
Communication skills are at the heart of every successful business and play a crucial role in personal development. They can help you secure an interview, get a good job, and enhance your visibility in academic and social settings. It also helps build stronger decision-making, enhance problem solving, increase productivity and obtain a well established, professional image.
Yet, there are a number of strategies for communicating with different people in various settings that you can practice effective communication.
- Intra-personal communication skills: Communicating in this way requires individual reflection, contemplation and meditation. This type of communication also encompasses communicating in different realms including transcendental meditation.
- Interpersonal communication skills: This form of communication is more direct. It requires face-to-face communication which typically occurs between two or more people. In retrospect, it is a conversation between two parties with a topic of interest.
- Focused Interactions: This line of communication usually occurs after an encounter between two or more people. Generally, the two parties are completely aware of the interaction between them.
- Unfocused interactions: When a person observes or listens in on a dialogue taking place between two or more people, a spectator will notice the conversation while the other parties are unaware. This form of communication usually takes place in public forums, and open areas like public transportation, malls, streets, etc.
- Non-verbal communication skills: Communication in this was is usually suggestive with body language, gestures, facial expressions, and eye contact playing a role in what one assumes the other person is trying to convey. Correspondence online and through writing may also be a form of non-verbal communication.
Arthur Reel is a teacher, stage director, playwright and artistic director of Drama Committee Repertory Theatre (DCRT), who has been teaching stage acting and communication skills for more than 35 years. He has adapted many of his techniques for teaching communication skills for the stage through prose classics and his wealth of experience. With the help of Advanced Communications and Arthur Reel’s workshops, you can learn more about public speaking, voice power, accent reduction assertiveness, conversation and interviewing skills.
Stage acting for beginners is also provided for those seeking to become an actor or actress. Group and private workshops will also create an exciting and friendly atmosphere of self-discovery that will help you gain the confidence and charisma to deal with any business or social situation in your everyday life. So come learn a new skill, advance your career, meet new friends, and expand your horizons with Advanced Communication Skills.