May 31, 2010
Thinking that I am basically a good communicator, there is always room for improvement and skills development. Being in a position of authority can be a hindrance if one cannot learn the skills to manage others. Reading and understanding verbal and nonverbal skills will become a major factor in owning my own business. I never really had a problem reading nonverbal signs in relating to others. Prior employment and experience in interview and investigation techniques will need to be utilized in working with others in the field of business development. Symptomatic signs of avoidance, disinterest in conversation, lack of social networks and hobbies. People become engulfed with pre occupation on how or what others think about them. I think I have spent more time in worrying about how other perceive the things I do rather than living a life of uninhibited speaking. Being able to communicate with out regards to how it sounds but to take the time to think before speaking.
Are You A Good Communicator?
Even though I have the ability to possess my thoughts, sometimes I become preoccupied with how it is received by others. Below is a snapshot report of the Queendom Test, “ Are You A Good Communicator?” I learned from the experience to say what people want to hear. I guess that is an asset in obtaining positions with company interviews and becoming likable in conversations. But, when trying to move up in the company, then it is time to learn to speak with authority and assertiveness. Snapshot Report
Your results indicate that you are fairly adept at interpreting other people’s words and actions and seeing things from their perspective - although the rare misunderstanding may occur. Overall however, you seem to realize that empathy is an essential part of good interpersonal skills and therefore, will do your best to place yourself in other people’s shoes in order to...