Conversation Skills Part 3

Conversation Skills Part 3: Tell an Interesting Story

Have you ever been stuck for conversation topics?

Perhaps you avoid conversations with new people because you don’t know what to talk about.

Conversation skills are critical to impress, connect, and engage with others in your business life. Good conversation skills enable you to express yourself and your professional capability to your coworkers, boss and clients.

However, they don’t always come naturally. An ability to start, continue and end a conversation is something you have to invest time learning, improving and perfecting.

Over the past two weeks, I’ve shared with you two videos that gave you tips on how to start a conversation with somebody new.

Click here to watch video one, “Conversation Skills Part 1: Comment on Your Surroundings”.

Click here to watch video two, “Conversation Skills Part 2: Comment on The Event”.

In the below video, I’m sharing with you a third conversation starter idea that you can use with your business colleagues, clients, or even your friends.

This conversation tip talks about one of the most powerful, yet underutilized conversation techniques. Want to know what that is? Click the video below to find out.

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About Kara

Kara Ronin is an international business etiquette expert and founder of Executive Impressions. Kara’s advice and unique perspectives have been featured in Time Inc., Business Insider India, Ignites Europe (a Financial Times Service), The Daily Muse, Women 2.0, and more. Kara offers corporate seminars and online training programs on business etiquette, leadership skills, and executive communication around the world. Get Kara's insights delivered straight to your inbox