Good communication is one of the top soft skills in any environment. With the evolution of communication in the modern 21st century, important skills like persuasion, power talk etc. are taking precedence in both our corporate and personal lives. As any other skill it takes proper guidance and time to master, and once embedded drives our overall personality.
In this Arbington class we’ll discuss some of the important communication techniques which can improve our day-to-day interaction with our surroundings. The techniques are easy to master but requires thorough interest and passion.
I have selected and covered important topics in broad groups of
to ensure the quickest and most crucial impact in a student's life. The lessons have been researched from various studies and books on the subject, supplemented by my personal experiences in business consulting, theatre acting, screenplay writing and freelancing . The lessons are designed in such a way so as to keep the learnings concise, practical and easy to remember.
The lessons have been designed for all students of any age group, profession and background, because the core principles in communication for any language or place - is essentially the same.
Keep practicing each learning as you embark on this journey and in little time you will start to see the differences in you, becoming the better version of yourself! Keep pouring your thoughts in the class forum and let's together collectively share some of our own best practices to build upon the learnings in this topic.
Happy learning! :D
The class projects for this class are pretty simple and exciting. And you can choose to do any one - in whichever you are more comfortable. And if you really want to engage, try both! The feedback you will receive on both will be more beneficial for you.
To all my students, I cannot stress the fact enough that how this project will help you. It shows dedication, consistency, will gather feedback from peers, other experienced people and of course opens a chance to begin that ‘Small talk’ we discussed. :)