Duration: 1 day(s)
Course Code: EFFCOMM
Course Dates Within Next 4 Weeks
London 14th May 2019 Book
Normal price: £470.00+VAT

Communication Skills - C2

Course Aims

Our Effective Communication programme reveals the secrets to truly meaningful dialogue, which is understood by all parties involved. It demonstrates how we can create a more harmonious and productive environment by relating in more constructive and co-operative ways. It will also show you how to meet personal needs without compromising the needs of others.

This programme is for you if

if you want to communicate in a powerful, positive, and assertive manner.

On completion of this course you will be able to:

  • Understand the process of communication
  • Recognise the functions of communication
  • Be aware of communication flow to understand the impact of your message
  • Improve listening and questioning Skills
  • Recognise barriers and learn how to overcome them to avoid miscommunication and communication breakdowns
  • Learn how to select the right medium of communication

Programme Focus

Introduction and Objectives

What is Communication?

 

  • The definition
  • The process
  • The functions

 

Questioning

  • Types of questions
  • Where and how to use them

Making Communication Effective

  • Measuring effectiveness
  • Factors that contribute
  • Models and theories to achieve effectiveness
  • Importance of feedback in communication

Choosing the Right Channel and Medium

  • Why it is important
  • Matching needs and channels
  • Remaining calm and in control

Importance of Body Language and Tone

  • Using the right body language and tone
  • Interpreting body language and tone

Transactional Analysis

  • What it is
  • Using it for effective communication
  • Dealing with compliments

Behaviour and Attitude

  • The 9 behaviours
  • Using the behaviours to achieve required outcomes Being responsive
  • The power of active listening
  • Gaining empathy and understanding
  • Building rapport

Action planning

Review of Programme

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