Human Resources Training

Articulation is not magic, it is science

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Wondered how that speaker you saw giving a presentation could have been so organized in her thoughts, so articulate in her expressions, and so brilliant in conveying her ideas in a most pleasant manner? Unable to figure out just what is it that people with the gift of the gab have that most others don’t? Just what is it that makes them so brilliant in their presentations, while most others struggle with putting across their thoughts? In awe of how that person can reel off thoughts from nowhere, with no textbooks or any other references, and come up with excellent, often impromptu presentations?

The answer lies not in providence, but in science. In neuroscience, to be exact. Neuroscience is now discovering that most of the ways in which we receive and express our thoughts are rooted in the way our brain processes information. Each person is unique in this sense. This is the foundation to the way in which humans communicate. This is uniquely created in each of us, which is why we all communicate differently at different levels.

It is all about conditioning the brain

Is it possible to train and condition our thought process drawing upon the core of neurosciences? Is it possible for our brain to receive and communicate in a set fashion? The answer is yes. The ways of doing this will be the learning a webinar from TrainHR, a highly popular provider of professional trainings for the human resources industry, will be imparting.

Neil Samuels, a Senior Consultant with Jeffrey Strategic, where he helps executives and leaders attain high performance through neuroscience-based communication, will be the speaker at this highly interesting subject of neuroscience-based communication. Want to draw from his many years of experience? Then, please register for this webinar by visiting

The aim of this webinar is to help participants use the essence of neuroscience to understand just what the audience needs from a communicator. Neil will help participants understand this and use this as a means to achieve better results.

Communicate to make the audience feel good

The need and importance of powerful and accurate communication in business can never be overemphasized. It is the most effective way of reaching out to the target audience, making a point register in the minds of the audience, and making sure that the communication stays in the minds of the listeners.

Traditional communication goes only some distance in helping to achieve these ends. Neuroscience-based communication goes a few notches higher and helps the communicator achieve more purposes and connect with the audience more effectively. Using the traditional means of communications, communicators, be they at any level or in any profession, fail to convince their audience beyond a point. All that they learnt from textbooks seem to let them down at the right moment.

Learn to deliver the right message with the right punch

This is where communication through neurosciences comes in. At this presentation, Neil will help participants with an incredibly simple method of delivering the right information at just the moment at which it is needed, at meetings, presentations and calls, so that it engages each and every member of the audience with attentiveness every time the communicator communicates.

Senior and midlevel executives, for whom communication is crucial to their professions on a daily basis, will derive maximum benefit from this webinar. This session is cut out for people such as CEO, COO, CFO, VP, Director, Manager and Supervisors.

At this highly interesting and absorbing 60-minute session, Neil will cover the following areas:

  • Learn how our neurological preferences affect our communication
  • Understand exactly what your audience needs from you
  • Recognize your communication bias and how to correct it

Learn how to structure your communication to engage diverse audiences


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