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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

    • 08-Apr-2019
    • Available as: a Self-Paced Program (Level I: Learning Expertise) OR a Dual Track Short Course (Level II: Skill Learning)
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    The old saying, "It's not what you know but who you know has a great deal of truth. This module focuses on a key factor of success — your personal and professional relationships. Plus it expands your social capital. 

    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. 




    • 29-Apr-2019
    • A 6-module online learning program. Available as a six-week Instructor-Led Full Class (Level I Learning: Expertise) OR a Dual Track Full Class (Level II Learning: Skills & Expertise)
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     "Just because you have two ears and a mouth, doesn't mean you know how to communicate." -- A Mother's Advice To Her Son.

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    Despite it importance, few people spend the time to really understand it or to improve the component skills of interpersonal communication. So you might way, the competition is weak.

    Still, at some point in climbing the organizational latter, your skills in this area will either make you or break you. Make the  investment in interpersonal communication skills, it will pay off many times over.

    What Employers Want When Hiring


     Source: National Association of Colleges and Employers 2018 Job Outlook Survey

    Still, at some point in climbing the organizational latter, your skills in this area will either make you or break you. Make the  investment in interpersonal communication skills, it will pay off many times over.

     

    LEARN THESE 6 INTERPERSONAL SKILLS
    • TWO-WAY COMMUNICATIONUsing the Full-Duplex Method to drastically reduce miscommunication
    • LISTENING SkillsSix types of listening: Five that improve listening and one that doesn't
    • NONVERBAL CommunicationHow to better read face and hear the meaning in tones and intonation
    • The Use of QUESTIONS: Eight types of questions that shape a conversation
    • Your RELATIONSHIPSHow to generate positive impressions, increase trust, & be better liked
    • INTERVIEWING: 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.

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    • 05-Aug-2019
    • A 4-Week On-Line Short Course in the Verbal Communication Concentration (Level I Learning: Expertise and Skills)
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    Interviews are widely used.  A common ritual of corporations and governments across the world.  And it you you know what you are doing, you can get an advantage and standout. There is a number of these subtle technique that increase the likelihood of you being that one who gets that job. 

    Key Take Aways

    • 7 Cognitive bias you can take advantage of 
    • A powerful pattern to answer questions
    • Types of Questions you should ask
    • How To Prepare: The common mistakes to avoid
    • Great Openings: How to Nail the Positive First Impression
    • Five cognitive biases that you could use to shine   
    • What you must do to stand out
    • The three phases of the interview     

    Stand out From the Crowd

    Stand Out From the Crowd


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    • 19-Aug-2019
    • A 4-Week Skill-Building On-Line Short Course
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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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