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By Elizabeth P. Tierney

A part of a sequence of pocket publications aimed toward permitting the reader to benefit a brand new ability in exactly half-hour, this article is jam-packed with principles and recommendation on tips on how to increase your oral and written communique abilities.

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How might you establish the context if you were asked to speak or write about each of three items? Suppose the topic is the plan for the redesign of the conference room. You might introduce this by discussing the importance of the conference room or the history of the conference room or the problems with the conference room, before going on to discuss the nature of the redesign. What background might you give in a discussion of each of the following? (a) At a staff meeting, how might you explain why the company is changing its logo?

How many people are going to read your report or memo? This will help you determine the degree of interaction, formality or informality required by the situation. It may affect the length of a talk, meeting or document, or influence the type of information you include. To whom will your ideas be distributed? Who else, apart from your specific intended audience, might also be privy to what you have communicated? Will a copy of what you have written be made public or reach the desk of the managing director or a client?

For example, you have five points to make. The first is about People; the second is about the Organisation; the third is about Work; the fourth is about Energy; and the fifth is about Respect. These five letters spell out the word POWER. The audience should be aided 42 Sequence Information in remembering your points by your using the word POWER and clearly explaining what each of the letters means. But be careful that your mnemonic is not more memorable than your message. Whether you choose one or another of these techniques or combine them, what is vital is that you create an internal sequence.

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