When sharing information with others, there are two major steps: sourcing the information using research and communicating that information using relevant presentation methods. Research conducted should be outcome-focussed and presenting such information should lead to improvements of processes, products or services.

$90.00 Price

122 mins Estimated Time

Components in this Module

1 - Introduction

  • Introduction

2 - Gathering and Conveying Information

  • Sourcing Useful Information
  • Attending a Briefing
  • Where to Research
  • Correct Places to Research
  • Checkpoint 1
  • Searching on the Internet
  • Communication Equipment
  • Emerging Technologies
  • Checkpoint 2

3 - Communicating Information and Ideas

  • Communicating Information and Ideas
  • Selecting Communication Channel
  • Communication Barriers
  • Typical Communication Barriers
  • Overcoming Communication Barriers
  • Rules for Written Communication
  • Checkpoint 3
  • Communicating on the Telephone
  • Answering a Call
  • Good Example of Answering a Call
  • Bad Example of Answering a Call
  • Leaving Voicemail Messages
  • Making Calls
  • Making Outgoing Calls Example
  • Call Preparation Challenge
  • Communicating with Special Needs Groups
  • Checkpoint 4

4 - Processing Documents

  • Processing Documents
  • Creating and Using Documents
  • Business Letters
  • Structure of a Business Letter
  • Writing a Letter
  • Mail Merge
  • Memos
  • Email Messages
  • Facsimiles
  • Checkpoint 5
  • Log Sheets
  • Log Sheet Examples
  • Telephone Messages
  • Agenda and Minutes
  • Invoices
  • Receipt
  • Gift Vouchers
  • External Communication Needs
  • Checkpoint 6

5 - Communicate Effectively with Others

  • Workplace Policies and Procedures
  • Checkpoint 7

6 - Teamwork and Communication

  • Types of Teams
  • Common Teams
  • Communication in the Team
  • Communication Channels
  • Cultural Differences in Teams
  • Benefits of a Socially Diverse Workplace
  • Misunderstandings and Conflict
  • Steps for Managing Cross-cultural Misunderstandings
  • Making a Workplace Culturally and Socially Inclusive
  • Non-inclusive Workplace
  • Conclusion
  • Checkpoint 8
  • Congratulations!


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