Improved Job Prospects: Communication is more than verbal language, the grammar and word choices we make, it also involves voice tone, body language and facial expressions – all of which are subconsciously evaluated every time we interact with one another. One of the situations in which this comes under the most scrutiny is in the interview room. Positively impressing potential employers with a mastery of language conveys both professionalism and intelligence.
Impressing Clients: Managing your relationship with current or prospective clients heavily involves mastering information communications. Even outside of the actual pitch – what you say and how you deliver it reflects your knowledge and experience, and managing the perception of these traits is vital to maintaining control and status in the client relationship.
Higher Self-Confidence: When you demonstrate to others language mastery and impress them with good communication skills its subconsciously boosts your ego. When you communicate well, you speak and behave confidently, and this in turn attracts more people to you, and creates a positive cycle of rising confidence levels.