Communication plays a significant role in our everyday dealings!
I worked in a high-end supermarket for over 20+ years until the end of last year. On my first day of training, as a cashier, I was told “you are always on stage” and I have always carried that concept with me throughout my life experiences. Whoever we deal with from co-workers, clients/customers and family; people can detect how we communicate by:
- Facial expression, imagine how much information can be delivered with a smile or a frown; happiness, sadness, anger.
- Tone of voice, (how this is transmitted by an inflection and pitch).
- Making Eye contact (reveals how interested or not).
In light of that above, here at Maxons communication is a very important ingredient as we need to communicate with our project mangers, customers, clients and co-workers on a daily basis and I do my best to apply what I have learned early on in my career and try to make the world a better place – one relationship and one project at a time.
~Debbie Romeo-Johnson, Senior Project Coordinator