DUBLIN--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/x869kw/communication) has announced the addition of the "Communication Series" training to their offering.
The Communication Series includes 10 modules of instruction that will help develop the interaction skills of executives, managers and employees. Become more effective and productive in your personal and professional life by using the approaches discussed in this Communication Series.
1. Communicating as a Team - This course helps you develop more powerful, effective team communication skills, and acquaints you with techniques.
2. Communicating at Work - This course will acquaint you with the dynamics of communication in the workplace and help you develop more effective communication skills.
3. Communicating Cross Culturally - This course helps you understand the communication styles of co-workers and offers information vital to successful cross-cultural workplace communication.
4. Communicating Interpersonally - This course will teach you what you need to know to communicate effectively and show you how to practice, perfect and master these skills.
5. Communicating Negative Messages - This course presents tactful, effective strategies for communicating bad or unwelcome news to others.
6. Communicating Non Verbally - This course provides an introduction to the meaning of signals projected through body language.
7. Communicating Persuasively - This course presents techniques in the art of persuading others. It shows you how to use the 3 x 3 Writing Plan to organize and compose messages.
8. Communicating Proactively - This course presents three proactive communication models and provides multiple examples that will help you identify the components of each.
9. Communicating Reactively - This course discusses techniques to use when communicating with someone who questions what you are saying, or doubts that the information you are providing is correct.
10. Communication Basics - Learn the basics of affective communication and you can be on your way to having greater confidence in your ability to make sure that your messages are understood.
For more information visit http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/x869kw/communication