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Six Must Have Interpersonal Skills

A Full Class can be taken two ways. One can take the the full course or go for the Short Course option. For a list of short courses see below. 


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Upcoming Verbal Communication Online Classes and Courses

    • 25-Sep-2019
    • Available as a Self-Paced Program (Level I Learning: Expertise) OR a Dual Track 30-day Short Course (Level II Learning: Skills)
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     "It's not what you know; but who you know." — American Saying

    This module focuses on a key factor of success — your personal and professional relationships. 

    Knowing how to relationships present many benefits. To sum up: 

    • Employees all want to work with someone they like, 

    • They only listen to those they trust

    They know how to convey a positive first impression,

    • They want to work for someone who has credibility, and 

    • They prefer to work with someone who has the empathic skills to deal with their less desirable emotions.

    And of course, one cannot exercise influence if the relationship is not sound. This is one thing, we never get too good at. 



    • 25-Sep-2019
    • A 6-Module Full Class Online Program. A 6-module Online Program.
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    A Program in Learn and Master a Skill

    Overview

    This full class is oriented toward applying the skill development model and the mastery practices in focused on developing an application skill of your choice.

    Throughout the program, individual skill builders have been applying what they know. Theory has ben sanity checked to know that it works, skillful practice has been applied to make sure that one understands the this one needs to employ to get better and better. There will be both the joy of victory and the agony of defeat. Quite satisfaction at making something happen and bone-grinding frustration when it didn’t. Mastery practices have to be mastered and processes have to be perfected.

    In this case, one will take an application skills and really work hard at putting what you know to the test of the real world. Choice of an application skill is up to you. For example, you could choose one of the 12 verbal communication skills that underlie great leadership. Communication is a fertile ground to plants seeds of perfection since these skill-sets are so important and they tend to be neglected.

    Key Steps in the Process

    1. Define the Theory Set. Choice of good theory is a really important step. Bad theory results in skills not learned.
    2. Come Up With a Practice Plan. A skill must be perfected in a particular context.
    3. Practice, Practice, Practice, Practice Skilled Practice. This is really a cycle. One A cycle that one needs to keep improving.
    4. Lessons Learned. At the end of practice, one needs to step back and take an entire look at the what occurred. What went well and what can be improved.
    5. Next Project. Personal improvement never stops. Should never stop. It needs to be a habit.

      Role of the Instructor

      The instructor will mostly function as a coach rather than as someone who shovels more information at you. 

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      • 02-Oct-2019
      • A 1-module Online Program. Available as a Self-Paced Program (Level I Learning: Expertise) OR a Dual Track 30-day Short Course (Level II Learning: Skills)
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      Average speakers use a presentation to inform. Great leaders use the platform to persuade, motivate and to inspire. They know techniques one has to learn and practice to wow the audience. 

      Cleaver speakers know they must capture the audience’s interest in the first one to two minutes. They must make a positive impression based on nonverbal communication and subtle characteristics of the voice.

      And they sweat over how to make a strong conclusion. They know how to embed use facts, statistics, stories and anecdotes, they are skills at framing questions questions, etc. Other important variables deal with the use of support material such as facts, statistics, stories and anecdotes, the ability to ask and answer questions, etc.

      When the best visuals are combined without a dynamic, credible speaker, there a magic in words. Be ready to learn how to cast a few spells.

      Discover proven tactics to increase persuasiveness and the wow factor.


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      • 09-Oct-2019
      • A Single Module Online Program. Offered Self-Paced for 30-days (Level I Learning: Expertise Develop)
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      • 16-Oct-2019
      • A 1-module Online Program. Available as a Self-Paced Program (Level I Learning: Expertise) OR a Dual Track 30-day Short Course (Level II Learning: Skills)
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      Module Description:

      Every time someone speaks in a group setting they are playing a role. These communication roles don’t last long -- from a minimum of a couple of seconds to a maximum of a couple of minutes. Yet these “microroles” greatly impact group effectiveness by determining how well the group handles information. In fact, these verbal patterns determine whether individuals even understand what’s going on.

      Outcomes include:

      • Understanding how to play the role

      • Playing the 10 task roles that insure the job gets done.

      • How to play 6 relationship roles to build bonds between individuals

      • Recognizing and controlling the 10 self-oriented roles that disrupt groups

      • Identifying four personality types that produce dysfunctional behavior.

      This is for managers, supervisor's, and service professionals such as health care professionals, accountants, trainers, and consultants.


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