Public Speaking Requires Muscle Memory

January 30, 2023By Dale KleinBreathing, Breathing|Vocal Quality, Communication Style|Distractions|Interpersonal Communication|Job Success|Time, Credibilty, Listening, Non-Verbal Language|Professionalism, Preparation, Presentation Skills|Public Speaking

[Image by daniel 64 of Pixabay] How’s your muscle memory? Some people associate muscle memory with going to the gym, participating in a sport, playing an instrument, or conducting some form of physical exercise.  If that’s you, you may want to rethink your definition of this term because muscle memory clearly applies to public speaking. … Read More

How much trust is enough?

September 12, 2022By Dale KleinBusiness Etiquette|Communication Style|Interpersonal Communication, Communication Style|Distractions|Interpersonal Communication|Job Success|Time

[Image by Lisa Caroselli of Pixabay] The answer to my question is…trust is ongoing.  We don’t just “check the box” when it comes to building trust.  Leaders must build trust every single day with all their actions.  Now more than ever as companies cope with staffing shortages, trust is extremely imperative. Here are seven guidelines … Read More