5 Ways To Share Your Professional Expertise And 4 Reasons You Should
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Training others will help boost your public speaking skills and position you as an authority. Just like writing, standing in front of a room creates automatic credibility.
Remember not to talk “down” to people; part of your role is to tap the wisdom in the Room.
Each and every day, you likely have something worthwhile to share that could be beneficial to your colleagues. Don't keep these useful pieces of information to yourself.
If you have special expertise that could be beneficial to a particular task or project, don’t be afraid to take the reins.
Don’t make people beg for your help or insight. If you have something to contribute, get out front.
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Work on cultivating personal connections with your colleagues, and allow them to get to know you.
You don’t have to be “the greatest person in the room” or make sure “everyone is blown away by your charisma.” You just need to have good rapport with your colleagues. That way, they won’t impute negative intentions or motives to you.
Start by giving them your undivided attention in one-on-one situations. Turn your body toward the other person, freeze in place, and listen.
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