Bolster your communication skills and confidence with this invaluable guide.
Can you remember the last time that you completed a working day without communicating with anyone? Whether it be via email, letter, an informal meeting or a formal presentation, you’re sure to have made contact with at least one person, if not several more.
Beginning with the four basics of communication, Teaching-you Communication Skills will take you through the rudiments of interaction that should be considered every time to make contact with someone. These skills can then be transferred to specific forms of contact, including writing, presenting and meetings.
Making a presentation can be one of the most daunting experiences you’ll face during your career. As you try to hide your nerves and stop your voice from quavering, you are frantically looking around trying to find something or someone to make eye contact with. Sound familiar? And when you breathe a sigh of relief that the ordeal is finally over, people start firing questions at you.
Well, fret no more because Teaching-you Communication Skills reveals the B.E.S.T Recipe for Success and can help cure your fear and self-consciousness, as well as improve your written skills and your performance in those all-important meetings.
-Express your ideas creatively, concisely and confidently.
-Learn the 4 basics of communication and incorporate them into everyday interaction.
-Cure your fears and self-consciousness to deliver a first class presentation.
-Step-by-step guide to getting the most out of your meetings.
-Learn new techniques to sharpen your writing skills.
•Readiness assessment rate your own communication skills and readiness
•Mini-progress tests and Mini-video assessments
•Audio video clips with key supporting points
•Video examples watch as you’re shown the best way to communicate
•Quick start the course where you finished last time
•Clearly categorised sections take a section at a time
•Follow your progress on the main menu – know what sections you have covered
•Post assessment see whether you have mastered the content in this program
•Personal evaluation and tips for further study
•Get advice from author Dr Phil Bozek
• Minimum Requirements: Windows® 98 / Me / 2000 / XP
• Pentium® 133 or equivalent
• 80MB Hard Drive Space
• 32MB RAM
• 800x600x16bit colour
• CD-ROM Speed 4x or faster
• Any 100% Windows® compatible soundcard
• Category: Educational
• Publisher: Focus