"Just because you have two ears and a mouth, doesn't mean you know how to communicate." -- A Mother's Advice To Her Son.
Develop 10 Practical Skills Useful in the Real World
This is not a course chock-full of theory you cannot use. It's about practical techniques used in the real world. You learn or practice how to:
Do An Elevator Pitch. You only have 30 seconds to a minute to make a positive first impression.
Deploy Five types of Listening. All listening is not the same. There are five that improve listening and one that doesn't.
Read Key Nonverbals. How to better read face and hear the meaning in tones and intonation.
Say Powerful Persuasive Patterns. There are many that you can use to sell your idea. Basic patterns one needs to know to sell.
Generate Positive First Impression. How to generate positive impressions, increase trust, and get liked.
Prepare Prepare For The Interview. Most people don't spend the time needed to polish their communication skills before the interview. And so, they lose the job. Don't let this happen to you.
To Communicate Using Video. Can you structure a five or ten-minute video presentation that holds someone’s attention? If so, you'll be popular with a large social network.
Craft a Compelling LinkedIn Profile. Address what HR recruiters want. Generate a magnet that attracts others to connect with you.
Write Engaging and Interesting Texts & Emails. Don't write like a professor. Write to get someone's attention, hold their interest and motivate an action.
Finesse a Resume & Cover Letter. Craft your resume to be attractive to employers.
What Employers Want In New Hires
Source: National Association of Colleges and Employers 2018 Job Outlook Survey
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Make An Investment That Pays Off Many Times Over
Hear from the course developer and chief instructor what it's all about.