15 Tools to Improve Your Communication Skills

by Diane M. Hoffmann

In my book "Contextual Communication, Organization and Training", which is now available in 10 Parts in Kindle book format , re-titled "Improve Your Communication Skills"  I give 15 tools to help you improve your communication skills by 50-100% at home, work or play.

These are tools that I have either created or expounded from existing ones, over the years as I have sought continuously to improve my communication skills. I call them my "Tools-Within-The-Tools".

If you would like to get a copy of the Kindle books where you will find these tools, I've listed the Part # Series that contain them.


For the Kindle E-book series, please visit this link:
http://communicationverbalnonverbal.blogspot.ca/p/blog-page.html
 


TWT #1:
The 1-11 measuring scale
Use this tool to measure present daily communication habits.

(Found in Kindle book "Improve Communication skills, Part 2&3 combined")

TWT #2:
The 2Xtremes analysis
Use this tool when a problem falls in the grey area that makes it difficult to make important decisions.  

(Found in Kindle book "Improve Communication skills, Part 2&3 combined")

TWT #3:
The 3_D Communication
Use this tool to communicate on a deeper level beneath the obvious surface. 

(Found in Kindle book "Improve Communication skills, Part 2&3 combined")

TWT #4:
The Focus of argument
Use this tool when conversations get off track and need to be re-focused.  

(Found in Kindle book "Improve Communication skills, Part 2&3 combined")

TWT#5:
Smart Questioning 
"Smart" is the key word here to discern the factors that come between the brain and the tongue.  

(Found in Kindle book "Improve Communication skills, Part 2&3 combined")

TWT#6:
The LAC or WAC 
This tool looks at the two kinds of context in communication that deals with improving our thinking before receiving. 

(Found in Kindle book "Improve Communication skills, Part 2&3 combined")

TWT #7:
The Want/Don't Want
Use this tool to analyze how important something is to you or someone you are communicating with. 

(Found in Kindle book "Improve Communication skills, Part 4 combined")
 
TWT #8:
The 360 degree theory
This tool will help you identify where people may be coming from when communication on a specific matter. 

(Found in Kindle book "Improve Communication skills, Part 4 combined")

TWT # 9:
The 1/99 Ratio 
This tool will help to know where people fall within the scale of capability between leaders and followers.


(Found in Kindle book "Improve Communication skills, Part 4 combined")
  TWT # 10:
The 80/20 Ratio 
This is about a further understanding of the application of the famous 80/20 formula, created by the Italian economist Vilfredo Pareto, that affects pretty well every area of life.

TWT # 11:
The 3-3-3 Sounding
Use this tool when faced with a large task or problem to break it down into three category descriptions. 

(Found in Kindle book "Improve Communication skills, Part 4 combined")

TWT # 12:
The 4-P
Use this tool to help identify the personality types of people you are communicating with. 

(Found in Kindle book "Improve Communication skills, Part 5 combined")

TWT # 13:
Enthusiasm 
This is one of the most effective sales tools available to a salesperson, whether you are selling a product in a business or yourself in your personal every day life.

(Found in Kindle book "Improve Communication skills, Part 6 combined")

TWT # 14:
The 7-Points Problem Solving
This tool shows seven questions to ask yourself within the solution rather than the problem area of situations that need corrective actions.

(Found in Kindle book "Improve Communication skills, Part 9 combined")

TWT # 15:
The 3-Groups Letter Writing
Writing has changed enormously from the old days to now. This tool will simplify the dreaded letter writing - email or otherwise - into three simple groups that get to the point whether in business or on the personal level. 

(Found in Kindle book "Improve Communication skills, Part 10 combined") 


Success and Blessings,

Diane


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P.P.S.:
For the Kindle E-book series, please visit this link:
http://communicationverbalnonverbal.blogspot.ca/p/blog-page.html
 



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