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Thursday 21st May 2020

Royston Talks; Values Matter

To help you navigate these challenging times I’m holding daily Facebook Lives on a variety of relevant topics. If you missed them don’t worry, you can still tune into the latest videos. Don’t forget to join my private Facebook Group - Royston Talks: 2020 Business Reset – where you can access articles, content and templates on 2020 business reset.

Values are like fingerprints; you leave them over everything you do; every conversation, email, conference or zoom session, will highlight your values.

At the end of this uncertain time, leaders will be remembered by their values, their authenticity and how well they have led through this period. If you have been a visible leader, caring, supportive and engaging then you will have a loyal and committed team that will go that extra mile with you.

If you want to be a credible leader in this time then make sure your radar is sharp and live wholly by your values and principles.

Think about your personal brand; your image is a reflection of you and how you want to be received and perceived.

Well-dressed is appropriately dressed and in the context of this video it’s all about mirroring and matching the situation in both your body language and even the clothes that you wear.

What is your default filler word or expression?

If taking part in video conferences, recording Facebook Lives or having meetings on Microsoft teams is something new to you, you may find yourself using filler words (Ummm, so, OK, yeah are the most popular!), instead of allowing silent pauses to fill your sentences.

We use filler words because we feel we have to fill the silence. Using filler words dilutes the meaning and power of your words and sentences, and your audience becomes distracted and engages less.

Raise your awareness of your filler words and expressions and make a conscious effort to use them less.

We are stronger working together.

WATCH NOW – Facebook Live- Royston Talks; Filler Words – 18/05/20

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