In the wake of the growing importance of the issue regarding the functioning lateralization the brain to support language. Research studies on this subject have become a plethora of. Thus it appeared to us, faced with a wealth of facts. That it was time to make the point as to the evidence gathered up until now that would argue for a specific and demonstrated role of the right hemisphere in verbal communication. Consequently, the main objective of this book is to present a critical review of the issues. And facts relating to the contribution of the right hemisphere to verbal communication. 

Variety of methods to improve your communications skills

Instead of presenting an elaborate model or conception we look for evidence from a variety of methods to come to a consensus. Every fact is evaluated in light of the level of trust one has in it considering the methodological or conceptual contribution or the limitations. It is important to note this:”right hemisphere” is the “right hemisphere”. That is being discussed will be what is considered to be the “standard” right part of a typical educated adult of right-handedness. Writing and speaking in a language which shares the essential characteristics of Indo-European languages like English, French, or German and whose right hemisphere has been traditionally thought to be not dominant for the languages.

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Ability to communicate

Despite the significant increase in technology use yet, the ability to communicate verbally is crucial for employees in the work. The advent of smart phones and email can facilitate the ability to communicate, but in some cases only speaking gets the message across clearly. Communication via verbal means gives employees, managers, and team leaders the opportunity to communicate with their employees and establish trust. Although perfect communication isn’t always feasible but savvy and professional communications skills can let you smooth out disputes and help you resolve issues that occur.

Live meeting or training program

There is nothing better than verbal communication. For instance, a lot of people retain information faster. When it’s directly presented to them or when they watch an individual perform the task. In a live meeting or training program, participants are able to have questions that pop up, receive immediate answers, and be able to fully comprehend the scenario or task that is being completed.

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Verbal Communication boost the level of confidence

The words of praise from a boss boost the level of confidence of employees. The words of encouragement from a supervisor are more genuine than an anonymous email, and may boost productivity among employees. Communication via words is the most effective method of letting your employees feel appreciated and appreciated. So, having regular meetings in person with employees can help build enthusiasm and inspire your employees. Every week, sit-downs with coworkers enable employees to talk about their worries with leaders and with each other. In-person, “Town Hall-style” meeting is also a chance for employees to understand how they can support each other in their work duties.

Verbal Communication saves your precious time

When you assign a task for an employee to work on, she must be aware of the requirements. Instructing them by speaking, instead of using a memo or email. Means that you are able to provide the details and goals of the project in a clear manner and address any issues before the employee starts working. If everyone is on the same page prior to the project begins the project. You don’t have to keep the hand of the employee through the entire process. The employee gets more autonomy to handle the project her own way. And there are less miscommunication-related missteps along the way. This will save both of you precious time.

Improve your communication skills

If you believe your communication skills aren’t up to par and you want to improve them. You can do so through reading books on personal and professional development. And other related subjects that increase your vocabulary and sharpen your thinking. Participating in the Toastmasters group within your area will help you improve your communication abilities. Toastmasters International is a world leader in leadership and communication development. You can develop into a proficient communicator by taking part in classes, public speaking as well as other advanced communication training. 

Listening skills

A crucial aspect in communication involves listening. It’s important to develop the skills of an effective listener, as it’s a crucial skill to have in the workplace of today. There is nothing worse than talking with someone who shuts down during a conversation. If someone is talking be aware of her facial expressions and body language and be sure to respond appropriately. By signalling to her that you’re listening and comprehending what she is saying.

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