Aug 16, 2018 - 05:12 PM
It’s also possible that you may be overlooking some of the quieter forms of communication you do have in your skill set. Communicating is not just about being a people-person or a whiz at public speaking. You can also excel in the areas of active listening and writing. These two strengths are just as valuable to employers as their verbal counterparts. If you’ve got them, flaunt them. Your resume and cover letter are two great places to show off your writing skills.
Of course, it’s never too late to improve and expand your career prospects. The first step is to identify specific weaknesses. Ask your peers for honest feedback to learn the areas where you can do better. Then, get some practice in your day-to-day interactions before flexing your new communication muscles in an interview or phone call with a recruiter.