Communication course for telling an allien audience

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Melissa Marshall has a message for scientists and engineers: Contrary to popular belief, the general public is interested in your work and does want to hear the details of your research. The trick is that you must communicate your ideas clearly, because they will start snoring in their seats if you assault them with a slew of jargon and details they’re not prepared to understand.

See, Marshall is a communications teacher. And as she explains in this talk from TEDGlobal 2012 University, she was asked several years ago to teach a communications class for engineering students. The experience highlighted for her that the ability to speak clearly does not come part and parcel with the ability to do great technical work.

“Our scientists and engineers are the ones tackling our grandest challenges from energy, to environment, to healthcare, among others. But if we don’t know about it and understand…

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Thoughts of a Taoist Babe

Everywhere you go these days, it seems as if everybody wants to be a leader and nobody wants to be a follower. But the truth is, you only need a few Indian chiefs in any organization. For that organization to run effectively, the majority of those within that organization have to be a productive worker. That’s fairly common sense, but this position is seen as less than noble, less than aspiring, and less than glamorous. After all, who wants to be the earth when they can be the sky? Who wants to be the individual contributor when they can be the CEO?

Unfortunately, without terra firma to anchor your feet, when you reach for the sky, you will fall on your face. The importance, and indeed, the crucial necessity of those who do the support work behind the scenes, those who have the backs of their fearless leaders, those who toil unnoticed…

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WHY and WHEN “SYSTEM” IS NOT OPTIMUM ?

 

Can any Answer this question in jiff ? Nay….system has to work in tandem with time,deliver in time and consistent  with changed expectations too to covet  tag.Too many people to work in the system consciously working for the successful delivery of the expected outputs.Some are at times unconsciously work detrimental to system or purpose.

 But why?

The need is..understand Dutybound…imperative Involvement

…to designate ,devise,deploy and decipher the roles and responsibility ABSOLUTE.

YOU and no one else Can DO the job for the SYSTEM absolutety OPTIMUM

To my mind after studies of anatomy and ground rules for function, the working chain of the system often run with relative roles and responsibilities party not ingrained in the workforce.

So what is Remedy ?

Insist…

YOU and no one else Can DO the job for the SYSTEM absolutety OPTIMUM