MGMT371 ERAU Speech Analysis Julian Treasure TED Talk On How To Speak

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Ken Blanchard, a leadership author stated, “If God had wanted us to talk more than listen, He would have given us two mouths rather than two ears.” He has a good point!

Edgar Watson Howe once joked, “No man would listen to you talk if he didn’t know it was his turn next.” But you know what; the more one thinks about this ‘joke’ he may just have something!

Effective communication has to be one of the most important goals, not only as leaders, but also in your relationships with others including your spouses and children. Communication seems to be the one thing that most people in organizations say needs improvement. I

Julian Treasure, in this TED talk, offerd seven deadly sins of speaking which has organizational implications.


Which of the seven deadly sins of speaking do you see most often in your workplace? What are the consequences of this type of speech? If we followed Treasure’s HAIL model in our workplace, how would our workplace change?

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School: Duke University


Running Head: JUDGING


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Judging is one of the common sins of speaking in the workplace. It is one of the issues
that are hampering effective communication. It is happening in relationships between workers
and thus actively reducing the capability of being listened to or being given the opportunity to
speak. In essence, the workplace presents vast opportunities where people can judge others. Th...

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