Media coverage – Print

The Art of Effective Communication ¬†~ Present Like It’s Always The First Time

MetroWest Magazine, Australia
No matter how many times you have to make a presentation, to keep things fresh, it is always good to present as if you were going it for the first time…

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The Art Of Effective Communication

MagMedia Pty Ltd, Australia
SILENCE SPEAKS Next time you are at work, when you are alone with yourself for a moment, feel what it is like to embrace silence for roughly ten seconds. Silence… Sometimes making contact is even more engaging in the silence than in speaking, having to put on a show.
Many of us are completely untrained in this. Feel the moving stillness underneath the silence. Feel what you are moved to think, say and do – then pause just before speaking – and feel how much more fully present and engaging you are when you speak from this deep inner well in your innermost core. Reaching yourself first, and you will say even more.

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The Art Of Effective Communication

The Age – Fairfax Media Group, Australia
This article expands upon a live video interview recently aired via the The Age Fairfax Media Group’s popular show, ‘Executive Style.’
Many of us are completely untrained in this. Feel the moving stillness underneath the silence. Feel what you are moved to think, say and do – then pause just before speaking – and feel how much more fully present and engaging you are when you speak from this deep inner well in your innermost core. Reaching yourself first, and you will say even more.

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Milestones, a turning point for accessibility

Australian Communication Exchange’s (ACE’s)
“One of the advantages of my being hearing impaired, and wearing hearing aids, is that I’ve had the opportunity to trial an innovative caption phone – whereby I can see the words that people are speaking at the the same time. I love this, as multi-sensory communication is one of my favourite ways to best absorb information.
The company behind this milestone device, the Australian Communication Exchange, recently asked me if I’d be willing to be photographed for the front cover of their Annual Report, along with a story written about my work integrating visual and vocal cues to improve people’s presentation abilities. What a hoot! Have a look and see what they did.”

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Media Release

When words are not enough…
Body movement and voice projection are the two most powerful forces for effective communication and presentation. The infamous 1960s study found fifty-five percent of communication is non verbal; with 38 per cent of ….

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Becoming part of the conversation

Company Director Magazine, Australia
Strong differences in personalities and views can lead to robust questioning and decision-making, or a dysfunctional board of limited value. Sam Walker investigates how directors can become a meaningful part of the boardroom dialogue.

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The Art of Effective Communication
Gary Wohlman presented “The Art of Effective Communication” to Elected Council Members and Mayors of the Local Government Association of Tasmania (LGAT).

Click here to read the article or here to read blog post in BLOG area of this website for overview of training…

Forget the words, concentrate on getting your messages across

mice BTN – Published in Issue 49
MICEBTN meetings, incentives, conventions, & business tourism news.

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