By Ferguson Career Skills Library
THis communication skills development guide overs topics like Writing with a Purpose, Speaking with Confidence, Communicating Effectively, Is Anybody Listening? and Making Meetings Work.
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By A WorkLife4You Guide
This guide provides strategies to help you foster effective communication skills.
By Shirley Taylor
If you want to improve your communication skills, you’re in the right place. In this ebook, I’ve put together 25 super successful strategies that will help you to become a better communicator.
By University of Adelaide
The Communication Skills Guide is tailor-made for the Business School at The University of Adelaide. Because the lecturers in each pathway have designed the types of assignments described here, the Guide tells you what they expect and how you can meet their standards. The Guide is for you.
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This material covers topics like why is teaching communication as an outcome important for academics, teaching communication skills, oral communication, written communication, interpersonal communication. etc
By Peter R. Garber
These 50 communications activities are designed to help participants become more aware and prepared to deal effectively with the many types of communications challenges they face every day. Each activity is designed to help participants better understand some facet of communications and gain expertise in that communications skill or competency. These activities will make participants think about communications in new and different ways than they ever did before. They will also find these exercises not only useful but memorable as well.
By Lower Mekong Initiative
The curriculum units are constructed to guide students through the mandatory steps for a productive conference experience, including navigating the application process, developing a PowerPoint and oral presentation, communicating with other conference professionals in a variety of settings, and successfully delivering a conference presentation.
By Manisha Singh
The book has been written keeping in mind the general weakness in understanding the fundamental concept of the topic. The book is self-explanatory and adopts the “Teach Yourself” style. It is based on question-answer pattern. The language of book is quite easy and understandable based on scientific approach.
By Peter Hartley
The book is divided into three parts. Part one outlines the main concepts necessary to understand both the skills and the process of interpersonal communication; part two looks at these processes in more detail and discusses their everyday applications and implications. For example, what evidence is there to support the claim that our gestures and facial expressions reveal to others what we 'really' mean? Can we trust our first impressions of people, or should we be more cautious? Part three examines situations - for example, interaction between groups of people - where 'more than interpersonal' communication is involved.
By Lori Harvill Moore
This book contains applied, actionable recommendations designed to optimize positive internal and external communications in business
By MTD Training
In this textbook you will discover how people think, how they process information and what goes on behind the scene (i.e in their brain)
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By Saylor Foundation
This book provides a comprehensive, integrated approach to the study and application of written and oral business communication to serve both student and professor
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By Team FME This ebook explains the basic principles of communication so that you can create an open and honest communication environment in any situation.
By The Management Communications Group Learn the basic rudiments of communication at management level