I’ve founded multiple tech startups, written in various publications and been featured in dozens of interviews and podcasts. I blend commentary, research and perspective on business strategies, leadership, enterprise communication, digital marketing trends and, at times, just my two cents.
Verbal communication is essential, especially in business. It’s crucial for executives to communicate effectively. And being the heads of business, CEOs must communicate exceptionally well.
There’s a lot more to good communication than you’d think. I’ve put together a list of criteria designed to sharpen a CEO’s communication skills:
1. Have good posture. Posture can affect your voice. Slouching in a chair, hunching over, leaning on something or otherwise reclining can weaken your voice’s power. As CEO, you want your voice to inspire and command. Poor posture can hinder this.