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What is speech intelligence?

Speech Intelligence is your greatest personal currency. A set of skills that help you remain highly effective as a communicator, no matter the scenario. From conversation to keynote, you are listener-centric, in tune with how your listener receives and perceives you.

  • Speech Intelligence is an attitude
  • Strong awareness of how you interact with others, in one-way speeches as much as in conversation with colleagues
  • You communicate with a listener/s, as opposed to talk at or over them
  • Equal treatment of all communication situations. You maintain the clear, authentic you no matter the circumstance
  • Speech Intelligence is a set of behaviours
  • An understanding of basic principles of human communication. You’re able to monitor how you come across to others, whether just one listener or many, and adapt your behaviours in real-time
  • You explain things well, as opposed to over-complicate things
  • You select what you say, as opposed to spill out everything you know
  • Agility, adaptability, resilience
  • Physical efficiency
  • You anticipate speaking events, yet you do not over-prepare
  • You take the event seriously, yet not too seriously!
  • You are kind to yourself afterwards, and do not agonise over things you said or things you wish you had said
Your Speech Intelligence reflects strong self-awareness, especially when your communication skills really matter. It is to be harnessed, yet not perfected. It can scale up and down according to the what’s at stake. It is not a rigid set of rules. It does not obsess you, yet it is a constant, gentle guide to your behaviours and actions.

It’s how you differentiate yourself, especially in a competitive setting!
Speech Intelligence is intrinsic to leadership.

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Speech Intelligence is your greatest personal currency. A set of skills that help you remain highly effective as a communicator, no matter the scenario. From conversation to keynote, you are listener-centric, in tune with how your listener receives and perceives you.

  • Speech Intelligence is an attitude
  • Strong awareness of how you interact with others, in one-way speeches as much as in conversation with colleagues
  • You communicate with a listener/s, as opposed to talk at or over them
  • Equal treatment of all communication situations. You maintain the clear, authentic you no matter the circumstance
  • Speech Intelligence is a set of behaviours
  • An understanding of basic principles of human communication. You’re able to monitor how you come across to others, whether just one listener or many, and adapt your behaviours in real-time
  • You explain things well, as opposed to over-complicate things
  • You select what you say, as opposed to spill out everything you know
  • Agility, adaptability, resilience
  • Physical efficiency
  • You anticipate speaking events, yet you do not over-prepare
  • You take the event seriously, yet not too seriously!
  • You are kind to yourself afterwards, and do not agonise over things you said or things you wish you had said
Your Speech Intelligence reflects strong self-awareness, especially when your communication skills really matter. It is to be harnessed, yet not perfected. It can scale up and down according to the what’s at stake. It is not a rigid set of rules. It does not obsess you, yet it is a constant, gentle guide to your behaviours and actions.

It’s how you differentiate yourself, especially in a competitive setting!
Speech Intelligence is intrinsic to leadership.