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The number one priority in every organization is communication effectiveness. Learning the strategies for performing positively, assertively and powerfully will enhance your career and personal success.

  • Course Start Date: Jan. 12
  • Location: Toronto (Map)
  • Time: 9:00 am - 4:00 pm (Note on end times)
  • Please Note: End Times are approximate and depend
    on the number or students and pace of the class.
    It is important to allow for the class to run a little bit longer,
    or finish a little sooner, than expected.
  • Duration: 1 Day
  • Delivery Method(s):Instructor Led
  • Mentored training is a revolutionary training method
    that provides you with the quality training that
    you have come to expect, and combines it with
    flexible learning and a self paced environment.
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  • Seats Available: YES
  • Category:Effective Communication Training

 
Course Outline
The number one priority in every organization is communication effectiveness. Learning the strategies for performing positively, assertively and powerfully will enhance your career and personal success.

Objectives:
• To demonstrate concepts and approaches that will enhance interpersonal communication.
• To identify barriers to communication and learn the techniques to remove or minimize them.
• To analyze non-verbal communication and use it as a motivator.
• To increase listening effectiveness.
• To learn the skills essential to getting your ideas, plans and feelings across with confidence and conviction
• To practice assertive communication.
• To overcome any reluctance to deal with difficult situations
• To improve interpersonal relationships, job satisfaction and task accomplishment

Workshop Outline:
The Communication Process
-Modes of communicating
-The impact of non-verbal communication
-Controlling feelings and emotions

Communication Barriers
-Identifying barriers
-Examining their consequences
-Developing ways to overcome barriers

Active Listening
-Removing personal biases
-Ensuring understanding
-Listening to body language

Questioning Skills
-The benefit of two-way communications
-Knowing how to ask
-Maintaining rapport

Structuring Communication
Organizing to persuade and influence
Using assertive language

Handling Difficult Situations
-Making unpopular requests
-Responding to unreasonable demands
-Saying no, without guilt
-Dealing with criticism
-Disagreeing diplomatically
-Collaborating in conflict situations
-Recognizing when to confront & when to ignore

Format:
• Instructor presentation
• Group exercises
• Full-group discussion
• Simulated experience

Value Added Option:
Participants at each training workshop are encouraged to send an email within three months following the workshop and expect a personal reply to assist with their learning experience.
Prerequisites & Certificates
Pre-Requisites

Certificates offered


Cancellation Policy
Cancellations with less than four weeks' notice are subject to the full fee. Participant substitutions can be made at any time.
Map & Reviews
Job Design Concepts Inc.
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Madison Centre
4950 Yonge Street
Suite 802, 8th Floor

Toronto, ON
Canada   M2N 6K1


Reviews
 
Sylvia was great; she made the time fly by and captured everyone's interest. Two thumbs up
Reviewed by 2015
the setting and presentation were great-
Reviewed by 2013
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