by Dot Young

The ability to effectively communicate always ranks as a top skill desired by employers. At work, at home, even driving down the road, we are constantly communicating in one way or another. We have been communicating non-stop since birth, both verbally and non-verbally. One would think with all that practice, by now we should all be experts at communication.

If only it were that easy.

It’s easy to forget – or to never have learned – the principles behind a process as complicated as communication. So let Dot Young refresh your memory and possibly give you some new ideas with this interesting and easy-to-read overview on how to communicate effectively, whether you’re sending or receiving the information.

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