Presenting in a meeting, networking at an event, or selling a product, they all have one thing in common - you need effective communication to succeed. Join business communication specialists Simon and Paola as they discuss real-world challenges for non-native speakers and how to solve them. How do I get my point across in meetings? How do I introduce myself? How do I explain complex information? Talaera Talks provides the best practices, vocabulary, and tools to help you communicate more effectively in today’s global workplace.https://offers.talaera.com/podcast-talaera-talksJoin a free webinar: https://bit.ly/3BSySZBLearn more about Talaera: http://talaera.com/
52. 3 Key Elements To Close A Meeting Effectively - Talaera Bits
As you may already know, strong openings are key to productive meetings. But so are closings! Knowing how to end a meeting will help you make sure everyone is on the same page, clarify action items, and get everyone excited about the next steps. In this episode, we show you three key elements you should include to close a meeting effectively.
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51. Are You a Challenger or a Disruptor? - Talaera Talks with Donna Loughlin
Donna Loughlin is a PR agency founder and podcaster working with visionaries and future tech. She has helped numerous businesses navigate the obstacles of Silicon Valley and early startup life. In this episode, she shares her PR expertise and we discuss the communication aspects behind pre-IPO small scale-ups and the journey around towards business maturation.
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50. Food Idioms You'll Hear at Work - Talaera Bits
🥒🍜🥑🍕 Learn these delicious food idioms that you'll hear at work. That's right, idioms and expressions that use a food-related word that we use in business. Listen to the fragment at the beginning and count how many idioms you were able to spot. Then, tell us in the comments here: https://blog.talaera.com/food-idioms
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49. Resolving Conflict in English - Talaera Talks
Dealing with conflict in the workplace is always tricky. Paola and Simon walk us through an effective framework that will help you communicate and resolve conflict in English more effectively.
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48. Direct Communication - When Is It "Too Direct"? - Talaera Bits
What do you prefer at work, direct or indirect communication? Share your thoughts on this LinkedIn post.
Direct communication is appreciated by some and seen as being honest. For others, it feels like a slap in the face. Hurtful and abrasive. In this episode, we explore the differences between direct and indirect communication, differences across cultures, and advice for those who appreciate direct communication (but don't want to be called "too direct" and offend colleagues and customers).
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47. How Appreciation Drives Business Results - Talaera Talks with Rick King
Appreciation in the workplace plays a major role in achieving business results, and that is something that Rick King understands very well. Listen to all the gems he shared with us in a conversation packed with advice and wonderful insights. Go to episode notes and transcript: https://blog.talaera.com/appreciation-workplace
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About Rick King
Rick King can be best described as an innovation strategist who has in-depth experience in cybersecurity, digital transformation, corporate IT integrations, and corporate leadership. He worked at Thomson Reuters for over two decades in roles including Chief Technology Officer, Chief Information Officer, COO, and Managing Director, along with overseeing the digital growth and transformation of the Canadian multinational media conglomerate that is Thomson Reuters. Rick is still active on several boards, including TCF Financial Corporation and American Public Media. Despite all his technology roles, Rick realized that you could look at business through the people and through recognizing the work they do.
Informative and Easy to Follow
The Podcast is informative and practical, and the hosts are always articulate and easily understood. Highly recommended for any non-native speaker seeking to improve verbal and non-verbal communication skills.
Really informative and fun to listen to!
Fun and educational!
Easy to listen to, fun, and educational. Great to learn during down time!