Communication Skills - A Primer for New Leaders
- 33 mins on-demand video
- 1 downloadable resource
- Full lifetime access
- Access on mobile and TV
- Certificate of Completion
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- Build communication models designed to explain ideas.
- Choose strong words for effective communication.
- Develop enhanced feedback and listening skills.
- No material is pre required. Just a thirst for knowledge and a desire to be a great communicator.
Companies are always looking for leaders that are well skilled in effective communication.
A leader is not just someone who does their job well. A leader is someone who also empowers others to do their job well. This can’t happen without superior communication skills.
Experts tell us: the biggest challenge businesses face is excellent communication. This includes communication between management and employees and employees and clients. If we master this, we are going to be a commodity in great demand.
That’s why I designed this course. My target audience will find this course using the tag words communication, leadership, feedback, listening skills.
The reason for anyone to take this course is that it includes the discussion of communication models: what they are, and how to construct them. This is a topic I developed, and that I truly have never seen anywhere else. The course is well constructed and easily absorbed.
We will examine what models are and their impact in improving understanding, the keys to creating effective models, techniques for better communication, and finally, feedback and listening skills.
We will accomplish this in fifty minutes through lecture, training aids, and Keynote slides. There will be two quizzes during the presentation to ensure that I am communicating this information effectively for your retention. At the end of this presentation, you’ll be a premier communicator, able to build models and extend understanding. So sign up and enhance your skillset.
- This course is designed for those individuals that have been newly assigned to a leadership position and those that aspire to be leaders. It is not for high level leaders because it is expected that they should already know these skills.
I introduce myself in this lecture and explain how this information can be useful. I also provide a student outline to follow.
Sometimes we encounter work situations such as mergers, downsizing, or operational changes which require a full understanding by employees. In this lecture we'll learn how using verbal models can be beneficial to understanding. Participants will learn the do's and don'ts of constructing valid models.
We all know cultural differences exist. We see them in different foods, language and how people dress. But what about those we can't see? At the end of this lecture, participants will be able to identify and understand how cultural differences can affect communication.