Top 10 Rules of Conference Calling for Software Developers
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Top 10 Rules of Conference Calling for Software Developers

Learn how to organize and participate in a conference call. Go step-by-step to learn amazing conference call techniques.
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Last updated 6/2015
English
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Includes:
  • 43 mins on-demand video
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion
What Will I Learn?
  • Participate in any conference call with confidence and motivation.
  • Organize and lead a conference call even with stranger parties in the call.
  • easily recognize your weaknesses and work on those in a step-by-step process
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Requirements
  • You should have basic understanding of English language
  • You should have vision and motivation to learn this great skill of communication over a phone with multiple parties involved.
Description
It takes training to learn right set of skills to speak with group of people over a conference call. There are many hidden facts which showcase how active and vibrant participant or an organizer you are. This course will help you both the ways no matter you are mostly a participant or want to take more leadership role and start organizing calls like many Technical lead, technical project manager or software architects do very often.This course will also teach you some important communication skills and what to expect from most of your overseas clients and also what is their expectation from you.Once you are done with this course you will be able to start taking benefits of all the learning right from your next call.
  1. This course if best suited for any software professional or an individual from another field.
  2. In this course you will learn the techniques of conference calling for software Developers.
  3. You will get to know what all you need to know to have a great impression on other attendees and outcome from the call.
  4. You will learn the techniques in a step-by-step process of building great conference calling skills.
Who is the target audience?
  • People who often face issues and have concerns with preparation for a conference calls
  • Software developers who has to very often speak with their overseas clients and stakeholders
  • People who understands that in today's world how important it is to have better communication.
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Be familiar with the people joining the call
04:41

Be sure you dial-in a little early
04:31

Must learn how to pronounce names
05:26

Speak slow, loud and clear
03:16

Use good quality equipment
02:22

Don't interrupt when another person is talking
04:00

Don't hesitate to ask Questions
05:36

Make notes
02:04

Summary of all the Rules
00:56
About the Instructor
Vidya  Vrat Agarwal
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Software Architect, Scrum Master, Author, Microsoft MVP , C# Corner MVP, Speaker and Microsoft .NET Purist. Certified MCT, MCPD, MCTS, MCSD .NET, MCAD .NET, MCSD and lifetime member of the Computer Society of India (CSI). Currently working as .NET Consultant in USA. I started working on Microsoft .NET with its 1st beta release.I am passionate about .NET technology and love to contribute to the .NET community.