Mindset of Excellence In Communication

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In today’s competitive business environment, the workplace is becoming more challenging not only for those who work within it but also for those who are leading and managing different work groups.  The work groups have become an important source in getting new ideas.  However, gathering ideas from others and effectively communicating our thoughts is not an easy task.  Even though we are communicating, we might not be aware that we are not always doing it effectively.

As such Effective Communication skills are one of the most important and essential element every individual can have as part of their standard tool-set in life which can make the difference between achieving your potential or not. 
This 2-day program provides a set of Mind Conditioning techniques aimed towards communicating with clarity, brevity and impact. To be successful in communication with someone who offer different viewpoint and experiences, one needs to understand the meaning of the words used in their communication. 
To enable you to gather your thoughts, communicate them effectively and explore ways of communicating that make a real difference. Explore ways of communicating that make a real difference for better interpersonal relationship.

Learning Objectives

1. Identify essential elements and barriers to communication.
2. Utilize feedback strategies for clear and accurate communication results.
3. Speak with confidence and listen carefully to build rapport.
4. Analyze and leverage body language to your advantage.
5. Steer conversations and influence people effectively.
6. Gain the confidence to make a positive impact in your communication while enjoying the process.
7. Apply useful non-verbal communication cues to interpret messages accurately.

Content Delivery Method

Physical Classroom

HRD Corp Certified Course


Duration and Language

2 Days; available in English

Target Audience

Suitable for employees of all levels

Key Skillset Addressed

Effective Communication, Interpersonal Communication,