What are the ingredients that make up a top employee? A positive attitude, attention to detail, and organization skills are useful. But the one skill that elevates an employee the most is quality verbal communication.
For those of us still in school, it may seem like the office is the ideal place to learn the ropes of strong speech. But you need to have developed that skill before you get to the real world. By flexing those articulator muscles in class, you’ll start to hone your communication skills. Here are three familiar classroom communication scenarios and how you can use those experiences to help you on the job: