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Tips on How to Sound More Professional at Work

 

Improve your professional communication and prove to your company that you are someone who has brilliant thoughts.

Have you ever spoken with someone at work who was incredibly stiff, rigid, or uncomfortable throughout your interaction with them? They may have sounded a bit robotic, or simply did not know how to move the conversation forward. We speak differently depending on the environment we are in, and the people we are around. Each company has their own language and one of the biggest challenges to any new employee is learning the lingo. Thankfully this communication style is a skill that can be developed. Sounding professional at work includes understanding your audience, the industry you are in, and formulating the perspective you wish to share. Often times when employees fail to speak professionally at work, they are often overlooked for promotions because they are unable to clearly communicate the value they add to the company. This topic is critical for anyone who would like to improve their professional communication at work, and prove to their company that they are someone who has brilliant thoughts. This material will breakdown business jargon and give you tools on how to speak eloquently at work.

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Mel Kloner, Ph.D.

Mel Kloner, Ph.D.

True Synergy, Inc.

  • Organizational psychologist, consultant, and corporate trainer
  • Currently works with True Synergy, Inc. a professional organizational development consulting firm
  • Has worked as an organizational development consultant for CBRE, Troika, Hyperloop Transportation Technologies, Inc., and Center for Family Health and Education
  • Specializes in helping organizations with strategic planning; culture change; training; designing, developing and implementing onboarding processes; and standardizing recruiting
  • Has a strong background in advanced statistical analysis
  • Has designed, led, and facilitated trainings, workshops and webinars on such topics as communication skills, networking skills, stress management, building customer satisfaction, professional writing and email etiquette, emotional intelligence, preventing burnout, and employee engagement
  • Helps improve employee and organizational capabilities through understanding areas where companies excel and further helps identify areas that can be improved by utilizing evidence-based solutions
  • Ph.D. degree in organization psychology, Alliant International University; M.S. degree in organizational psychology, Alliant International University; B.A. degree in psychology, University of California, Santa Cruz
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