LONDON, UK — June 20, 2016 — Executive coach and business strategist Pa Joof posted a new blog entitled, “Say What You Mean: Developing A Voice for Business.” In the blog, he encourages readers to practice saying what they mean and asking for what they want, but to be mindful of whom they are speaking with, where they are, and how long they have to say what they want to say.
Joof says, “Like great leadership, great communication is a learned skill. Communicating effectively comes more naturally to others, but this doesn’t mean that you can’t learn the skill, how to say what you mean in business. The politics of the business world can often be tricky to navigate, and even more difficult to discern. In conducting business, as much is said as goes unsaid. That is, certain gestures or non-verbal communication are common practices in good ‘business etiquette.’
However, when it comes to speaking, actually saying things in business, it’s important that you develop clear voice. Commanding your verbal communication can help you in a number of ways: negotiating deals, conflict management, asking for a raise or promotion, to name a few. In all of these instances, one principle is key: say what you mean, voice what you want.”
Pa Joof is an internationally recognized keynote speaker and highly acclaimed business and life coach. His engaging keynote speeches have helped tens of thousands of people create better lives for themselves. One of the world’s busiest and most sought-after speakers, Pa is an expert in unleashing potential and wealth creation.
Read the entire post here. //pajoof.com/say-what-you-mean-developing-a-voice-for-business/
About Pa Joof:
Internationally renowned as a business leader, motivational speaker, and life coach, Pa Joof is an expert in unleashing human potential. The former European Head of Banking for a Fortune 500 company, Pa oversaw sales and corporate training initiatives and was responsible for over $1 billion in assets. He routinely lends his business acumen to leading companies from diverse industries, including market-leaders such as HSBC, Hilton, O2, Deloitte & Touche, Barclays, Connexions, Aviva, Foot Locker and United Bank of Africa. He has shared his ideas with select audiences who occupy top-management positions, live crowds of thousands, and has even reached millions through his appearances on prominent networks such as ABC, FOX, NBC, CBS, SABC, VARA. Having risen to such heights, Pa has taken on the challenge of helping others do the same. Now, Pa shares his inspiring story with others, using his entrepreneurial spirit and life-affirming attitude to motivate others into surpassing their greatest expectations.