Key to Communication: Part 4: How to have conversations with a stutter using rhythmJun 06, 2022
In Key to Communication: Part 4: How to have conversations with a stutter using rhythm we look at how to slow down speech to speed up comprehension, and connect with your audience. Let's unpack this. Of course if you want to learn tools for this, we offer the Udemy course that is under $10 here,
Let's talk about how rhythm helps comprehension and why you need to slow down to communicate more effectively. So many people with a stutter or speech disfluency can make huge gains in comprehension, simply by slowing down. We have a number of ways to slow down your speech and use more rhythm in our course, but modeling is a great way, and practicing breathwork is another great way to help control your speech and rhythm. We have to stress that practicing rhythm is most effective when you are being privately coached. Contact us if you are interested in private coaching for connecting with audiences using rhythm.
This next part of this, is so crucial to presentations and connecting with your audience and this one thing can shift the entire trajectory of a presentation, it is asking questions. Your presentations is not about you! It isn't it is about your audience, so shift the whole focus from you and your thoughts to your audience and how they are comprehending the information you are giving them. ASK QUESTIONS SLOWLY. Slow deliberate questions that you have the answers to, are a great way to take control of the presentation, and keep control of the presentation.
Wondering how to ask the right questions and when in specific instances? Let's talk. This is where coaching comes in. If you are interested in upskilling and nailing your next presentation, call us!