Get the word out: 5 tips to be heard loud and clear- Charleston Post and Courier


Deborah Socha McGee, director of the College of Charleston’s Speaking Lab, has studied the differences in men’s and women’s communication styles.


Among them: Men focus on accomplishing tasks with their communication (such as reporting on events and procedures), while women communicate in ways that help them build rapport and harmony in relationships. They may focus on making sure everyone feels comfortable and included.




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