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How to improve communication skills

  1. HubPages profile image
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    HubPagesposted 8 years ago

    How to improve communication skills

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    molly0181posted 8 years ago

    Communication skills are developed with continuous talking and engaging with the society. We should come out of homes and mingle with people and friends outside to get a self confidence. then Our Natural communication skills will grow which will help in every part of our life

  3. Laura Schneider profile image92
    Laura Schneiderposted 8 years ago

    A quick, cheap, and relatively painless way to improve your writing: read Strunk and White's "The Elements of Style". A writing quiz checks your knowledge of common blunders made in English writing. read more

  4. Cza profile image70
    Czaposted 8 years ago

    Effective communication skills are balanced out between how well we take in and give out information.  The processing of thoughts we take in allow us to become either more or less comprehensive. 
    As we speak to each other must we keep in mind that while conversing the actual exchange of information shared needs to be completely acknowledge as learning. If you learn as you converse, you will be capable of constructively communicating between various topics.

  5. muley84 profile image71
    muley84posted 8 years ago

    The quickest way to improve your communication skills is to become a good listener. When talking use non-violent communication. I have written two hubs that may help you. They are sort of tied together. "Communication Breakdown" and "The Art of Listening".

  6. multifunctions profile image60
    multifunctionsposted 8 years ago

    communication is the process of reaching to the same idea of two or several minds.
    1. first thing to improve communication is be a good listener.
    2. you should be interested in the communication and who you are talking to .
    3. do not get entangled with the words, go to the objectives and meanings mostly hidden. people do not exactly speak what they think. pay attention to what are they thinking rather than simple words.
    4. take time to properly reply , do not just react immediately, because you want to .
    5. good communication comes through a good person.

  7. hassam profile image84
    hassamposted 8 years ago

    Excellent communication
    skills are a requirement in your private and business days. A number of people
    are unsurprisingly fine communicators. But you need to give some amount of time to polish these hidden skills and come out as a better... read more

  8. pooja0908 profile image64
    pooja0908posted 8 years ago

    Enrich your vocabulary and keep on speaking on any topic you are given. Dont hesitate to speak in fear of getting wrong.

  9. dawnM profile image65
    dawnMposted 8 years ago

    Parents who learn to properly communicate with their kids early on have an easier time communicating with them as they become teenagers. 
    Many parents do not have the proper tools to communicate with their children on the level that they need to.... read more

  10. raisingme profile image82
    raisingmeposted 8 years ago

    If you want to communicate properly it is vital that you learn and implement the formula for effective communication.  Crucial to the health and stability of all your relationships proper communication is an essential ability. read more

  11. shazwellyn profile image59
    shazwellynposted 8 years ago

    Customer services tips; Communication training article;  It should be used in conjunction with the other two in the series to best gain from this experience.  Here we focus on how to improve communication skills when... read more

  12. schoolgirlforreal profile image81
    schoolgirlforrealposted 7 years ago

    Communication is a very important part of our society, but many do not know how to express themselves! Assertiveness is the key to good communication. Read on! read more

  13. ayurveda profile image76
    ayurvedaposted 7 years ago

    Only way to improve communication skill is to practice. To develop your English always speak with friends in English and never mind people who laugh at your mistakes. Remember they will praise you later. And another important thing is keep reading. Read English books and English news papers and be up to date with current affairs and GK. Believe in yourself and develop confidence. You will be a fine speaker if you have enough practice. All these ability comes through practice and experiences.

  14. Jodi Ralston profile image64
    Jodi Ralstonposted 7 years ago

    Improve your communication skills by listening attentively and with genuine interest to others. read more

 
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