A Quick Glance

Communication is the way of exchanging information between two or more persons. Information can be conveyed as words, the tone of words and body language. Communication is one of the crucial element for achieving managerial and organisational effectiveness. Without communication, you will not be aware of what your co-workers are doing, will not have any idea about what your goals are, and also will not be able to assess your performance within the organisation.

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    Our Effective Communication is delivered by highly experienced and qualified trainers

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    Get to know about the importance of good communication

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    Understand the difference between good or bad communication

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    Our courses are delivered in luxury venues

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    Get essential skills needed to maintain a positive image at workplace

Effective communication course has no prerequisites.

  • Effective Communication course is suitable for all who want to improve their communication skills.
  • Those who are involved in day to day communication programs or have to communicate for organisational plans or activities
  • Individuals who want to deliver good and effective organisational presentations
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Key Learning Points

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Courseware

  • Get to know about the barriers to effective communication
  • Discover what active listening means
  • Differentiate between good and bad communication
  • Learn how to communicate in multicultural environments

Course Overview

Effective communication is a one- day course in which the delegates learn about the benefits and importance of good communication.  Communication is like a nervous system for any organisation as you cannot give instructions to subordinate and the management will not receive the information that is required to develop and implement any plan or activity.

Exam

1 day Effective Communication course will have the following exam pattern. The delegate needs to follow the instructions given during the exam.

  • Multiple choice questions (MCQ’s)
  • Exam Duration- 90 minutes
  • Passing Percentage- 45 percentage
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Course Content

Communication: Its importance, process and elements

  • Concept of communication
  • Functions of communication
    • The informal function
    • The instructive function
    • The influence and persuasion
    • The integrative function
  • The communication process

 

Organisational Communication

  • Formal communications
  • Informal communications
  • Types of Organisational communications
    • Downward communication
    • Upward communication
    • Lateral communication
    • Interactive communication

Verbal Communication

  • Define verbal communication
  • Where it take place?
  • Advantages and disadvantages of verbal communication

 

Non Verbal communication

  • Define non-verbal communication
  • Where it takes place?
  • Advantages and Disadvantages of non-verbal communication
  • Components of non- verbal communication
    • Kinesics
    • Proxemics
    • Oculesics
    • Chronemics
    • Haptics
    • Paralinguistics
    • Pralanguage
  • Physical Appearance
  • Understanding non-verbal communication

 

Communication Styles

  • Definition
  • General
  • Implications to others
  • Beliefs
  • Verbal Styles
  • Posture
  • Potential Consequences

 

 

Feedback in communication

  • Define feedback
  • Characteristics of feedback
    • Intention
    • Specificity
    • Description
    • Usefulness
    • Timeliness
    • Clarity
    • Validity
    • Readiness
  • Value of feedback
  • Guidelines for giving feedback
  • Guidelines for receiving feedback

 

Listening in Communication

  • Benefits of listening
  • Types of listening
    • Discriminative listening
    • Comprehension listening
    • Critical listening
    • Biased listening
    • Evaluative listening
    • Appreciative listening
    • Sympathetic listening
    • Empathetic listening
    • Therapeutic listening
    • Dialogic listening
    • Relationship listening
  • Type of faulty listening
    • Pseudo-listening
    • Selective listening
    • Self-centered listening
    • Fill-in listening
    • Insulated listening
    • Defensive listening
    • Reconstruction listening
  • Bad listening habits
  • The Effective listening

 

Assertive Communication

  • Positive words and Phrases
  • Quotes from assertive people

Persuasion Skills

  • Process of Persuasion
    • Establish Credibility
    • Find Common Ground
    • Provide Vivid Evidence
    • Connect Emotionally
  • Tips for effective influence
  • An effective persuader

 

Presentational Skills

  • Introduction to presentation
  • Importance of presentation
  • Presentation formats
    • An outline for presentations
    • Introduction
    • Body
    • Conclusion
  • Packaging
  • A checklist for presentation
  • Making the presentation delivery
  • Presentation Skills
  • Posture
  • Movement
  • Gestures
  • Facial Animation
  • Voice
  • Pause and pace
  • Eye contact
  • Dos and Don’ts of Presentation

 

Barriers to effective communication

  • Filtering
  • Selective Perception
  • Defensiveness
  • Language
  • Barriers to communication
    • Human/personal
    • Semantic
    • Technical
  • Removal of communication barriers

 

Effective Communication

  • Introduction to Effective communication
    • Characteristics of communication
    • Clarity of purpose
    • Completeness
    • Conciseness
    • Feedback
    • Empathy
    • Modify message according to audience
    • Multiple channels of communication
    • Make effective use of informal communication
  • 7 C’s and 4 S’s of Communication
  • 7 C’s
    • Credibility
    • Completeness
    • Clarity
    • Correctness
    • Consistency
    • Concreteness
    • Conciseness
  • 4 S’s
    • Shortness
    • Simplicity
    • Strength
    • Sincerity
  • Conditions for effective communication
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