We all know that it’s important to make eye contact when SPEAKING to people.
Yet we often forget the importance of making eye contact when LISTENING to people.
Whether you’re having a one-to-one conversation or taking part in a group discussion, making eye contact as you listen to the speaker builds trust, shows respect and allows you to listen more effectively.
Are you concerned your communications skills may be holding you back?
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I work with senior leaders, emerging leaders and entrepreneurs who want to develop exceptional communication skills. I offer executive coaching, workshops and training designed to help you, or your team communicate with clarity, confidence and conviction.