Tuesday Jun 27, 2023

Episode 15 - Coaching with Cam: Five Fundamental Communications Principles

In “Coaching with Cam”, Camille takes a break from interviewing guests to share lessons, tips, tricks, and other communications guidance with listeners. 

In today’s episode, Camille (aka Cam) reveals five fundamental communications principles. 

Here’s the big question: are you communicating effectively with your audience? 

Many leaders wrestle with what to say and how to say it. Especially when the stakes are high and you’re communicating big ideas or complex issues. 

You might find that you’re not really sure exactly what to say. How do you define what your key messages are? 

And, even if you do know what you want to express, how do you say it in a way that is clear and genuinely compelling for your audience?

Furthermore, how do you connect with people, and help your audience feel seen and inspired? 

And what if you seem to be saying “all the right things” but still feel a sense of dissonance or dissatisfaction, either from your audience… or yourself? 

If any of these concerns strike a chord with you—or you just want to be a better communicator—be sure to listen to today’s episode. 

Camille explores some of the common traps we can fall into when communicating, and then reviews five principles that are essential for any leader striving for influence and impact. 

Work on improving / adopting any of these principles and you will start to get better results (and more satisfaction) from your communications. 

If you are using AI-type tools to help you write, this lesson is even more important, as it will help you remember the basics even as you use technology to help you generate words. 

At the end of this lesson, Camille also gives you advice on how to begin putting these principles in place. 

If you want to be a better writer or speaker, or a more persuasive and impactful leader, don’t miss this episode!

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