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Writing Skills with Free Communication Skill Free

Writing Skills with Free Communication Skill Free


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Interpersonal & Communication Skills

For professionals in the human services field, one of the primary “tools of the trade” is the ability to relate to and communicate with co-workers and people.  This course explores human communication.  The focus is for students to become aware of their present ways of communicating and to build on the communication skills they have already established.  The goal is to enable students to become more successful in communicating with others by examining the cognitive activities that shape communication, exploring the elements and process of communication, becoming aware of the dynamics of relational communication and practicing the skills of effective communication.  Experiential and reflective learning are used to assist learning.

Writing Skills

Effective Written Communication and professional writing skills are increasingly important for businesses today as email, letters and documents need to be produced and published in shorter time periods as our flows of information adapt. Training courses help delegates improve their writing skills for better Public Relations, media relations and higher quality documents and online content development.

In this course you will learn writing style and storytelling fundamentals to help you produce better writing in general—whether you want to write a book, try your hand at screenwriting, or write articles. Combine the power of words with the ease and speed of email and social distribution in the digital age and one can quickly see that it has never been more important to learn to write clearly, effectively and efficiently.

Introduction

  • What Is Writing?
  • Audiences
  • Writing Styles

Basics

  • What is Clear English?
  • Clear English myths
  • An Important Message
  • The Evidence for using Clear English.
  • Literacy Levels

Phases in Writing

  • Before You Write:
  • Think about your objective: Setting Your Objectives
  • Think about your reader : Identify Your Reader
  • Think about your voice : Identify Your Voice

Building Blocks

  • Building Blocks of Writing: Words
  • Building Blocks of Writing: Sentences
  • Building Blocks of Writing: Paragraphs
  • Building Blocks of Writing: The Whole Thing

Principles of Great Writing

  • Writing Techniques
  • Logos - The Logical Argument
  • Pathos - The Emotional Connection
  • Ethos - Your Credibility
  • Being Direct
  • The Active Voice
  • The Passive Voice
  • Verbs, Not Nouns
  • Taking Responsibility
  • Keeping it real
  • Ambiguity
  • Being Inclusive
  • Management Speak & Cliché

After You Write

  • Editing - Objective Testing
  • Editing For Brevity
  • Editing For Clarity
  • Attention Grabbing
  • Simplify these sentences
  • Due Diligence
  • Check your words
  • Proof Reading

Writing For An Audience

  • Story Writing
  • Comedy Writing
  • Descriptive Writing
  • Mystery, Spy , & Science Fiction Writing
  • Instructional Writing
  • Opinionative Writing
  • Poetry Writing
  • Reflective Writing
  • Business Writing
  • Technical Writing
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  • A First Look at Interpersonal Relationships
  • Why we communicate
  • The process of communication
  • Communication principals
  • Nature of interpersonal communication
  • Communicating about relationships
  • Communication competence
  • The power of non verbal communication

Communication and the Self

  • Communication and self-concept
  • Communication as IdentityManagement
  •  Impact of diversity on communication and self-concept

The Perception

  • The Perception process
  • Influences of perception
  • Accuracy & inaccuracy of perception

Emotions: Thinking, Feeling and Acting

  • What are emotions?
  • Types of emotions
  • Influences on Emotional expression
  • Guidelines for expressing emotions
  • Managing difficult emotions

Defensiveness

  • What is defensiveness and causes
  • Types of defensiveness
  • Minimizing defensive reactions from others
  • Responding to others non-defensively

ManagingConflict

  • What is Conflict?
  • Styles for Responding to Conflict
  • Considerations when choosing  
  • how to deal with conflict
  • How to Use AssertionEffectively
  • Methods of ConflictResolution
  • How to Achieve aWin-Win Outcome

Negotiation Basics

  • Preparation 
  • Opening 
  • Bargaining 
  • Closing

Understanding Communication Barriers

  • An Overview of Common Barriers
  • Language Barriers
  • Cultural Barriers
  • Differences in Time and Place
  • An Overview of Common Barriers
  • Language Barriers
  • Cultural Barriers
  • Differences in Time and Place

Speaking Like a S.T.A.R.

  • S = Situation
  • T = Task
  • A = Action
  • R = Result
  • Summary

Asking Good Questions

  • Open Questions
  • Closed Questions
  • Probing Questions

Mastering the Art of Conversation

  • Level One: Discussing General Topics
  • Level Two: Sharing Ideas and Perspectives
  • Level Three: Sharing Personal Experiences
  • Our Top Networking Tips

Listening

  • Verbal and non-verbal listening skills
  • Techniques for effective listening
  • Reflective listening
  • Interpretive listening
  • Supportive listening
  • Probing listening
  • Evaluative listening

Talking

  • Build on the other person’s ideas
  • Avoid seeking to score points or make judgments
  • Seek opinions and ideas
  • Build on the other person’s experience

Watching

  • The importance of body language
  • Understanding what is not being said
  • Reading body language
  • Examples of body language
  • Using body language to influence others

 

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