Speech Business Communication

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Speech Business Communication

  1. 1. Drafting Speeches
  2. 2. The expression of or the ability to express thoughts and feelings by articulate sounds. A person's style of speaking.
  3. 3. Good speech habits may be considered soft skills in the marketplace,
  4. 4. Slang, street talk and bad grammar can give customers the impression you are not a professional organization
  5. 5. Employees must be able to convey instructions, orders and guidelines to other employees in a clear and concise manner
  6. 6. The ability to speak well is related to the ability to listen well too.
  7. 7. Employees who cannot listen well cannot perform well, because many instructions are relayed by managers verbally
  8. 8. Business speeches can be important when it comes to promoting a new achievement or product.
  9. 9. audience is and customize your writing accordingly. High school students hearing about a great literary figure or a historical event will have a somewhat different vocabulary and level of knowledge than would a graduate class in literary analysis. Avoid terms or jargon the first group is unlikely to understand, and don’t dumb it down for those who are in the know.
  10. 10. Purpose and message
  11. 11. Brainstorming (an idea or way of solving a problem )It may take you some time to figure out just what the purpose and main message of your speech will be, especially if you have a lot of diverse knowledge about your subject.
  12. 12. Categorize. Your brainstorming session should yield several areas that will be subcategories of your main message
  13. 13. Attention grabber. Remember your audience will not be feeling any of the anxiety you are likely to fee
  14. 14. Introduction. Body. Conclusion
  15. 15. Questions. Be sure to allow enough time for your audience to ask questions.
  16. 16. Practice, practice.

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