Improving communication at work requires paying attention to verbal and nonverbal communication, avoiding judgment and interrupting when someone else is speaking and when speaking, considering the tone in which you speak... More »

Tips for improving communication skills include being an engaged listener, eliminating distractions and asserting yourself. Engaged listening involves asking questions and reflecting back, summing up what the speaker sai... More »

Learn good and effective communication skills by being willing to listen to others and being aware of their emotions and intentions. Practice your communication skills by building up your confidence while interacting wit... More »

Good communication skills consist of verbal and non-verbal modes of transferring information to another person as well as active listening skills to absorb what others are communicating. One primary example of good commu... More »

Examples of interpersonal skills, or efficient methods of communicating with others include verbal communication, non-verbal communication, listening abilities, problem solving skills, decision making skills, methods of ... More »

The desirable qualities of a good debater include the ability to speak clearly, think quickly, clarify arguments, provide examples, maintain persuasive speech, and maintain a professional tone and body language. In addit... More »

A rhetorical shift is a change in linguistic tone that can be signalled by a transition word like "but," "however," or "then." Rhetorical shifts can be used as a literary device, but the term can be applied more broadly,... More »