"Your personality is not set in stone. You can always develop to be a better version of yourself. Let your personality shine from within" – Asad Meah
Have you ever felt that you are unable to express what is in your mind? Do you feel that you don’t have good communication skills like your peers? Do you experience stage fear? Do you think you can have a better or meaningful conversation?
Communication is the act of transferring information from one place to another. It may be vocal (using voice), written (using printed or digital media such as books, magazines, websites or emails), visual (using logos, maps, charts or graphs) or non-verbal (using body language, gestures). In practice, it is often a combination of several of these. Being able to communicate effectively is perhaps the most important of all life skills. Good verbal and written communication skills are essential in order to deliver and understand information quickly and accurately. Effective communication plays a crucial role in shaping one’s personality. Communication helps individuals to express themselves in the most convincing way. Your thoughts, feelings and knowledge should be passed on in the most desirable manner and effective communication skills help you achieve the same. Research on communication in the workplace has revealed that personality traits such as assertiveness, agreeableness, conscientiousness and extroversion tend to increase the chance of success at work and help your seniors and peers identify and recognize your work better. People with high self-esteem also are less likely to remain silent at work. It makes you look presentable and focused.
Personality development helps you in making effective communication by helping you express your thoughts in the best possible way to get your point across to the intended audience. There are many therapeutic options available for individuals experiencing communication issues. Depending on one's specific situation, those in need of professional support may find benefit from family therapy, couples counselling or individual therapy. For example, people who experience communication difficulties because of repressed childhood trauma may be able to uncover and resolve unconscious thoughts and emotions in therapy and develop their communication skills as a result. Intimate partners who wish to communicate more effectively in their relationship may choose to explore Imago Relationship Therapy.
A professional counsellor can help individuals examine communication strategies to determine whether one's communication style adequately conveys one's thoughts, needs and goals. In counselling, individuals who find themselves often engaged in misunderstandings can explore what causes others to misinterpret their viewpoints or cause them to convey their own ideas inaccurately. Counselling can facilitate the improvement of interpersonal and intergroup skills by helping individuals to improve the quality, nature and frequency of their communications. Our professional counsellors were able to achieve good results in improving communication skills even on an online platform. Do not hold back. Talk to us and find out ways to improve your communication skills and be a better person.