MySpeech Ice Breaker Report
Andnow, we have come to a time when we will hear from a person who isjust unique in his own way. In fact, his name means “Unique.” Heis a major in supply chain management and likes travelling, listeningto music and running. Today, he will apply his unique way of viewinglife to tackle the problem of knowing people, and explorecommunication as the solution. This is an important part of life andis a unique message for us and everyone should listen to his idea.Ladies and gentlemen, please join me in giving a warm welcometo………..(enter your name here….).
Thetheme of the speech will be the necessity of communication as a toolof knowing people. Together, we will learn more about the importanceof knowing people and using communication to relate to the peoplearound us. This message will change the way we view others and giveus insight on how communication contributes to understanding ourenvironment.
3.Body of the Speech
Problem: not all people in the world understand others
Many people do not realize they do not know others
The majority has no idea what to do to know others better
Importance of Knowing people
Gives us a better understanding of other people’s perspectives about life
Creates an environment of understanding each other
Gives people better social interactions and relations at work
Communication as a tool for knowing people
Talking to people opens you to their world
Communication promotes interactions that lead to knowing the ideas of the other person
Communication acts as a gateway of understanding the habits and character of the other person
Communication helps you to influence the other person
Thethree main points here are that, knowing people is a problem, knowingpeople is important, and communication is key in solving the problem.Knowing people are a problem in the world as the majority does notunderstand others well. It is important to know others, so that wecan understand their world and interact well. Communication isnecessary in knowing people by opening our understanding to otherpeople’s ideas, interactions and habits.