Learn how to project intelligence and develop your communication skills in this training course by Dr. Todd Dewett.
- If you wish to project intelligence to tohers nothing is better than possessing high intelligence. But at any level of intelligence that you might posses, you may or may not be successful in communicating your intelligence to others. Let me restate that in a way that might motivate you. No matter how smart you are, you can still fail to effectively communicate that to others. But it doesn't have to be that way. In this course, I'll help you learn how to appropriately and comfortably project intelligence.
You'll learn the importance of understanding your social context, how your appearance and body language impact how you're perceived and how to engage conversations in a manner that leverages what you know while helping you relate positively to others. We'll even cover several common mistakes people make every day that stop others from believing they're intelligent. In many ways, your level of intelligence is what it is. But when it comes to how people perceive you and treat you, social perceptions matter.
You can learn how to project intelligence.
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