Presenting Yourself at Work

How to Tailor Your Look and Your Message

Often when I’m teaching a workshop about interpersonal communication or when I’m coaching managers at work, I pose the following question: “How do you think you come across to others when you are communicating?” Most people have no idea. That’s dangerous. Our success at work depends on our ability to communicate effectively and persuasively to the people we lead, the people we report to, and of course to our customers. And our communication can be both intentional and unintentional.

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WRITTEN BY
JUDITH GOULD
Judith Gould, M.Ed., CTDP, is the Organizational Development Educator at Kingston General Hospital in Kingston, Ontario. Judith is responsible for the development and delivery of inter-relational learning sessions, facilitating strategic planning and teambuilding. She also coa­ches managers and staff.