your main objective: You
should be apparent about the subject that you want to transmit. Gather your
opinions in a suitable direction and then communicate accordingly. Organised
communication and precision in thought get effectively received and
appreciated. Purposeless talks can be confusing which is why it is important to
always display an aim or motive behind your talk.
your audience’s background: There
should be emotion and subtle understanding towards the requirements of your
receiver. Understand their behaviour and culture/religion, but you are simply
showing respect to his religious beliefs or thoughts, it does not mean you
cannot state your own point of view. Do not be aggressive if you do not agree
with anyone or anything that is going against your philosophy. State your
thoughts respectfully and mirror positivity in your conversation.
position of your audience: The message must be organised to
the receiver’s level or ability. If you are conveying the message informally
then avoid using technical words and if you are addressing business elite, the
language should have professional complexity.
Only mention what
they want to hear: The
communication should be framed in a simple, decent tone which interests the
listeners. Care should be engaged to keep the sentences short and humble.
Technical words should only be used where they are required the most. The most
significant of all the interest of the receiver should be highlighted so that
it is conveyed and attract the users else you might find your audience or
listening yawning while you are speaking.
positive body language: When communicating, make sure you
use appropriate body language,
avoid displaying too much emotions as
the receiver might misunderstand the message. Try to always keep a positive
smile on your face whilst talking and make eye to eye contact with the listener
but not so intensely otherwise you would you would put them in a uncomfortable
position. Sit upright and feel relaxed.