Ron’s newest Huffington Post blog:
The Democratic and Republican conventions are a fascinating study in communication. While most of the speakers are communicators, they’re also saying what their constituents want to hear. There’s a lot of “he said, she said, we all want some ice cream” (or something like that).
The challenge with political speeches is understanding what was meant from what was said and then seeing what was really meant once the candidates are elected.
Interestingly, the same challenge occurs in our day-to-day interactions with friends, family, and colleagues. The difference is, we don’t have millions of people to hold us accountable for what we said. But when you boil it down to the basics, the key to good communication is really about paying attention.
To read the rest of the blog click here: Good Communication…