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  • Hey Ambitious Professionals! It's Linda Raynier of lindaraynier.com guiding you

    嘿,雄心勃勃的專業人士!我是琳達-雷尼爾,來自lindaraynier.com,為你指導

  • to a career and life you'll truly enjoy and in today's video I'm going to walk

    的事業和生活,你會真正享受和在今天的視頻中,我要

  • you through three tips on how you can communicate more clearly and effectively

    通過三個小竅門告訴你如何更清晰有效地進行溝通。

  • especially when you're at work in a meeting or you're going on a job

    特別是當你在工作中的會議或你去工作的時候

  • interview this will be very helpful to you especially if you have trouble with

    面試時,這將對你很有幫助,尤其是當你有困難的時候。

  • expressing your thoughts clearly

    暢所欲言

  • now as a career strategist I've been able to help numerous professionals land

    現在作為職業戰略家,我已經能夠幫助眾多的專業人員獲得

  • their dream job offers and if this is something that you're interested in

    他們夢想的工作機會,如果這是你感興趣的東西。

  • working with me one-on-one then I will give you details about that at the end

    與我一對一的工作,那麼我會在最後給你詳細的介紹

  • of this video through my years of experience of working with corporate

    通過我多年來與企業合作的經驗,本視頻的內容是

  • professionals I have recognized that one of the biggest confidence boosters or

    我已經認識到,最大的信心增強或

  • confidence killers for any individual has a lot to do with their ability on

    任何一個人的信心殺手都與他們的能力有很大關係。

  • how to articulate their thoughts and words in a clear and engaging way

    如何以清晰和引人入勝的方式表達自己的思想和語言

  • essentially what I'm saying is if you're someone who struggles to communicate

    基本上我的意思是,如果你是一個人誰掙扎著有效地溝通,

  • effectively this has probably had an impact on your career and to the point

    這可能對你的職業生涯產生了影響,併到了

  • where you may not have been able to grow in your career as quickly as you would

    在這裡,你可能無法像你所希望的那樣在事業上快速成長。

  • have liked so today I'm going to share with you three things that you need to

    有喜歡所以今天我要與你分享三件事,你需要

  • know so that you can speak more confidently moving forward whether you

    知道,這樣你就可以更自信地向前說話,無論你是

  • have a conversation with a colleague whether you have to make a presentation

    與同事交流還是要做報告。

  • in front of a group of people or the next time that you have to go on a job

    當著一群人的面,或者下一次你要去工作的時候。

  • interview tip number one know that you're the expert if you find that you

    面試技巧一知道你是專家,如果發現你

  • are struggling with being able to articulate your thoughts and ideas and

    正在與能夠表達你的思想和想法的鬥爭,

  • you lack confidence when you're talking to your boss your co-workers or to an

    你缺乏信心,當你跟你的老闆你的同事或對一個

  • interviewer even if it's a topic that you know a lot about it's likely because

    面試官,即使它是一個話題,你知道很多關於它很可能是因為

  • you're consuming yourself with thoughts like I hope I'm not saying the wrong

    我希望我沒有說錯話。

  • thing I wonder what he or she is thinking of me I hope I sound competent

    我不知道他或她對我有什麼想法,我希望我的聲音很有能力

  • right now those kinds of thoughts are hugely distracting and they actually

    現在這些想法是巨大的分心,他們其實

  • cause you to waver and to sound shaky when you're trying to deliver these

    導致你搖擺不定,聽起來搖搖欲墜,當你試圖提供這些。

  • conversations and that's why you need to shift your focus away from self-doubt to

    對話,這就是為什麼你需要把你的焦點從自我懷疑轉移到

  • knowing your value this is especially applicable to you if you've been at your

    知道你的價值這是特別適用於你,如果你一直在你的。

  • company for a while but you haven't seen progress in your communication knowing

    公司有一段時間了,但你還沒有看到你的溝通進步知道。

  • you're the expert means that you recognize that in your organization you

    你是專家意味著你認識到,在你的組織中你

  • are specialized in the work that you do nobody else in the company whether it be

    是專業的工作,你做的工作在公司裡沒有人,無論是

  • your boss or your other co-workers knows more about what you do then you you are

    你的老闆或其他同事比你更瞭解你的工作,而你是

  • the expert so that means that you need to trust in your own knowledge and the

    專家,所以這意味著你需要相信你自己的知識和

  • experience that you have that you've been able to

    經驗,你有,你已經能夠

  • develop in this position you can't second-guess yourself to the point where

    在這個位置上的發展,你不能猜測自己,以至於在這個地方

  • other people start doubting you as well so the next time that anyone in your

    別人也開始懷疑你了,所以下次你的任何人都會懷疑你

  • company comes up to you and asks you a technical related question about your

    公司來問你一個與技術相關的問題,關於你的

  • work or a topic or subject that you should know stuff about and that you do

    工作或你應該知道的話題或主題,而你做的

  • know stuff about you need to answer it in a way that an expert would you have

    知道的東西你需要用專家的方式來回答。

  • to put yourself in that mindset and say how would an expert who knows my role

    把自己放在這樣的心態下,說一個知道我的角色的專家會怎麼做?

  • inside out be able to explain this to another colleague or to a boss in the

    解釋給其他同事或公司老闆聽

  • company and this leads me to tip number two tip number two says know how you tie

    這讓我想到了第二條建議:第二條建議說,要知道你是怎麼

  • into the bigger picture by asking smart questions this is a pattern that I've

    提出聰明的問題,進入更大的畫面,這是一個模式,我

  • seen quite a bit amongst certain professionals who end up working in big

    在某些在大公司工作的專業人員中看到了不少。

  • companies such as big banks or government organizations and the issue

    諸如大銀行或政府機構等公司的問題,以及

  • or pattern of experienced is that they only know what they do but they don't

    或模式的經驗是,他們只知道他們做什麼,但他們不

  • actually know how it ties in to the bigger picture they don't understand how

    其實知道它是如何聯繫在更大的圖片,他們不明白如何

  • their role plays a key factor in the rest of the organization and because of

    他們的作用在組織的其他部分中起著關鍵性的作用,由於

  • that they only know what they do and they only do what they do and even

    他們只知道自己在做什麼,他們只做自己在做的事情,甚至於

  • though they're the expert at what they do they're very limited in what they

    雖然他們是專家在他們做什麼,他們非常有限的他們

  • know if you don't understand how your specific role and your the

    如果你不瞭解你的具體角色和你的工作,你就會知道。

  • responsibilities and the duties that you do play into the overall bigger picture

    職責和你所做的職責在整個大局中的作用

  • within your company within your department that is a major issue and

    在你的公司內,在你的部門內,這是一個主要的問題,並且是一個重要的問題。

  • that's going to cause communication issues for you in and it's going to show

    這將導致溝通問題 你在和它要顯示

  • up in your workplace especially when you have big meetings where you have to

    在你的工作場所,特別是當你有大型會議,你必須

  • explain your part and you're going to be explaining it to other colleagues or

    解釋你的部分,你要解釋給其他同事或。

  • higher level managers or bosses and they're not getting why we are doing a

    更高層次的經理或老闆,他們不明白為什麼我們要做一個。

  • certain thing just because you were told that this is how you do something from

    某些事情只是因為你被告知,這是你如何做的東西從。

  • the beginning doesn't mean that you do it robotic aliy and you don't understand

    我不知道你是怎麼做的,但我知道你不明白。

  • why you're doing it so that plays into your communication as well so the

    為什麼你做它,所以,發揮到你的溝通,以及這樣的。

  • antidote to this is to ask questions don't ever be afraid to ask why you're

    這的解藥是問問題不要永遠不要害怕問為什麼你

  • doing something especially when it doesn't seem to make sense or when you

    做一些事情,特別是當它不似乎是有意義的,或當你

  • really don't understand why professionals who know how to ask my

    真的不明白,為什麼懂行的專業人士會問我的

  • questions are also the ones that are able to identify process improvements

    的問題,也是能夠發現流程改進的問題。

  • they're able to drive efficiencies because they recognize the reason why

    他們之所以能夠提高效率,是因為他們認識到了以下原因

  • they're doing something and they're able to figure out better ways of doing it

    他們正在做一些事情,並且他們能夠找出更好的方法來做這件事。

  • and when you ask smart questions it gives you the comfort that the work that

    當你問出聰明的問題時,它給你的工作帶來了安慰。

  • you do actually serves a purpose and finally tip number three to

    你所做的一切其實都是有目的的,最後提示三,要

  • communicating effectively is know when you're not the expert one of the biggest

    溝通有效的是知道當你不是專家的最大的一個。

  • mistakes that I see professionals making in their workplace and that diminishes

    我看到專業人員在工作中犯的錯誤,這降低了他們的工作效率。

  • their own personal brand is when they talk about a topic as if they're the

    他們自己的個人品牌是當他們談論一個話題,好像他們

  • experts when the action when in actuality they know very little about it

    行行出狀元,實實在在,知之甚少

  • and because they are not the expert or they don't know very much about that

    並因為他們不是專家或他們不知道非常有關的

  • topic but they keep talking about it they say a lot of wrong things and what

    但他們一直在談論它 他們說了很多錯誤的事情,什麼?

  • happens is this leads to issues where when you say things that aren't true or

    發生的情況是,這導致的問題,當你說的東西,是不是真實或

  • that don't make sense people will lose trust in you and they will no longer

    人們會失去對你的信任,他們將不再。

  • come to you for answers in future instances people will appreciate it if

    以後再來找你解答的時候,人們會很感激你,如果...。

  • you are authentic and genuine and are willing to admit that you may not know

    你是真實的,真誠的,並願意承認你可能不知道。

  • so much about a certain topic area because it doesn't happen to be in your

    這麼多關於某個主題領域,因為它不發生在你的。

  • line of expertise so how do you handle a situation where you don't know much

    所以你如何處理一個你不知道多少的情況

  • about the topic firstly you don't say I don't know and you wipe your hands clean

    你先不要說我不知道,你先把你的手擦乾淨。

  • and walk away that's not the way to do it instead what you need to do is take

    和走開那不是方式來做,而是你需要做的是採取

  • it as a learning opportunity and tell the person who you're speaking with

    它作為一個學習的機會,並告訴你的人與你說話。

  • something along the lines of I'm not an expert in this but I know that blank is

    沿線的東西我不是一個專家在這一點上,但我知道,空白的是

  • how about we approach him or her to assist us with this to know when you

    不如我們找他或她來協助我們,知道你什麼時候來

  • don't know something shows maturity and self-awareness nobody is going to

    不知道的東西顯示出成熟和自知之明,沒有人要去

  • criticize you if you don't know something but you work hard to try to

    如果你不知道,就會責備你,但你努力去嘗試。

  • figure it out but people will criticize you if you act as if you know something

    心領神會

  • and you end up just speaking gibberish so there you have it those are my three

    你最後只是說胡言亂語 所以你有它 這是我的三個。

  • tips on how you can speak more confidently and clearly now if you are

    技巧,讓你現在可以更自信、更清晰地說話,如果你是...。

  • someone who's been on the path of searching for a better job a new career

    求職者

  • path making a career switch and you've been looking for a while but you haven't

    路徑進行職業轉換,你一直在尋找一段時間,但你沒有

  • been getting many inner and not getting any job offers and

    一直收到很多內部和沒有得到任何工作機會和

  • you're ready to take your job search strategy to the next level then feel

    你準備好把你的求職策略提升到一個新的水準,那麼請感受一下。

  • free to reach out to me head on over to my website lindaraynier.com/standoutgethired

    免費聯繫我,請到我的網站lindaraynier.com/standoutgethired。

  • read through the page fill out the application form and if I think

    通過閱讀頁面填寫申請表,如果我認為... ...

  • that we are a match to work together then I will reach out to you directly if

    如果我們的合作是匹配的,那麼我會直接聯繫你,如果你認為我們的合作是匹配的,那麼我會直接聯繫你。

  • you like this video then please give it a thumbs up subscribe share it with your

    你喜歡這個視頻,然後請給它一個大拇指訂閱分享它與你的。

  • friends thank you so much for watching and I will see you in the next video

    朋友們非常感謝你們的觀看,我們會在下一個視頻中看到你們。

Hey Ambitious Professionals! It's Linda Raynier of lindaraynier.com guiding you

嘿,雄心勃勃的專業人士!我是琳達-雷尼爾,來自lindaraynier.com,為你指導

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