How to avoid misunderstandings

Public speaker and communications coach Karen O’Donnell offers advice on making your communication as clear as possible.

The world of recruitment is fuelled by communication but how often do we unwittingly fall into the trap so clearly expressed by George Bernard Shaw: “The single biggest problem in Communication… is the illusion that it has taken place.”

Have you ever been at a meeting with a candidate, a client or your colleagues only to realise afterwards that...

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