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Communication Skills


Why it is Important

Being able to communicate effectively is one of the most skills to learn. Communication is defined as transferring information to produce greater understanding. Communication can be done vocally, through written media (books, websites, magazines), visually using graphs, charts, and maps or non-verbally like body language, gestures, pitch of voice, and tone. All these means of communication are essential soft skill that are vital for a successful career.

How to Improve Your Communication Skills

First, to become a good communicator, it is important to be a good listener. It is important to practice active listening. Pay close attention to what others are saying and clarify ambiguities by rephrasing their questions for greater understanding. Second, convey your message in as few words as possible. Do not use filler words and get straight to the point. Third, it is important to practice good body language, use of eye contact, utilize hand gestures, and watch the tone of the voice when communicating with others. Fourth, in situations where you disagree with what someone else has to say, whether it be with an employer, a co-worker, or a friend, it is important to sympathize with their point of view rather than simply try to get your message across.

Communication Skill

  1. Uplifting Service through Effective Communication

  2. Excellent Communication and Interpersonal Skill

  3. Developing a Value-driven Communication

  4. Overcoming the Biggest Communication Pitfalls

  5. Essential Business Telephone Skill

  6. Better Collaboration through Better Understanding of Personality Styles

  7. The Important of Body Language in Communication

  8. Understanding Stages of Listening

  9. The Art of Public Speaking

  10. Business Writing Series: Email Etiquettes

  11. Professional Writing Skill

  12. Writing a Business Communication with Microsoft Word

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