The manner in which any communication is structured is really important. It lays the foundations upon which everything else is built. By presenting information in an easy-to-understand structure that we’re calling the SAS, you’ll see much more success.
Where to start?
Assuming you already know your topic, the Simply Amazing Structure (SAS) is how you go about planning your communication.
When you use SAS, the recipient will:
As a communicator, you will feel confident because you’ll:
Audience focussed presentations
This SAS is specifically designed to ensure the best possible engagement from your audience. It is important to realise that using the SAS forces you to think about the listener and not yourself. The structure is created from a collection of the basic questions any recipient might have in mind:
The elements of SAS
How to use the SAS
As you begin to understand the secrets of the SAS, you’ll no longer deliver unstructured, confusing communications that might lead to re-work. Instead, you’ll experience the magic of making your communications recipient-led, easy to follow and engaging.
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