What Does “Communication Skill” Mean and How Can You Prove It?

by S. D. Farrell on April 26, 2012

First and foremost, what companies mean when they ask for communication skill is this: The ability to share ideas with others accurately and quickly — so that you and the other person hold the same understanding about what you meant.

Ideas can be simple or they can be complex. Businesses can run on good ideas or they can run on bad ideas. But a good idea poorly communicated usually turns into a bad idea. The first job of a good communicator is to minimize confusion.

With that said …

If Communication Skills Are So Important, How Do I Show Them?

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