Course

Introduction to Communication Skills

Duration - 3 Hrs

Price - Free

What you’ll learn

  • Improve your communication by speaking smoothly and clearly. Be confident, clear, and concise in your verbal communication.
  • Learn to communicate smoothly so that you and the person you’re speaking to are at ease, focused, and present.
  • Improve your speech to ensure that your thoughts and your words flow in sync.
  • Improve your communication to ensure that your audience can comprehend precisely what you’re saying and what you’re saying.
  • Develop confidence in your speech so that people like and believe in you and what you’re saying.
  • Develop everlasting relationships with friends, family, and colleagues.

  • Learn the art of catching non-verbal signals and cues for better advantage.

  • Improve your body language and send positive alerts during any communication process.

  • Understand the basics of conversation to win in any situation.

  • Learn basic and advanced listening to improve engagement.

  • Learn the importance of personal presentation and appearance in communication.

  • Understand the barriers to communication and how to overcome them.

Requirement

The only requirement is to have the ability to read and understand UK/US English.

Description

The ability to communicate effectively is possibly the most crucial of all life skills.

It allows us to share information with others and understand what’s being said to us.

It is only necessary to observe an infant listening attentively to its mother and then to try to reproduce the sounds she makes to appreciate the importance of our need to communicate.

Communication, as described in the simplest terms, is the act of passing information from one person to another or group.

It could be accomplished verbally (using voice) or written (using digital or printed media, such as magazines, books, websites, emails, etc.)
Also, visually (using logos charts, maps, or graphs) or non-verbally (using gestures, body language, and the pitch and tone of the voice). In reality, it’s usually a mixture of all of these.

You can use this course, “An Introduction to Communication Skills,” to improve your communication skills and ensure that you’re proficient in the transmission and reception of information with ease.

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