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Workshop on Effective Communication Skills


Event Date
Sep 06, 2018
Event Duration
02:00 - 04:00 PM
Venue
Kardan School of Graduate Studies, Room 301

The Office of Career Services organized one day workshop on Effective Communication Skills to help students better understand the communication skills within their educational and professional career.

Course Description

Do you ever wonder how you come across in e-mail messages, memos, voice mail messages, and phone conversations? The content, presentation style, and delivery techniques of messages impact your ability to communicate, motivate, influence and inform others. This workshop teaches students at all levels how to communicate clearly, concisely, and professionally.

This workshop familiarizes participants with the importance of good communication skills relative to the types of majors they hold. Key points include: the communication process, required listening skills, recognizing non-verbal communication, understanding factors that influence communication, delivery techniques, and etiquette.

Objectives

Upon successful completion of this course, the participants will be able to:

-Understand the communication process.
-Comprehend and use listening skills and questioning techniques.
-Be able to identify influencing factors in effective communication.
-Inculcate the need for effective Communication in education and workplace

Learning Outcomes

-Know how the communication process in their educational and professional career
-The importance of listening skills in education and workplace -Will know the factors that can enhance communication
-Will understand the need for effective Communication in education and workplace

Who should attend?

This course is suitable for all students and alumni that would like to enhance and improve upon their current level of communication.

For further information, please visit the Career Services office at Parwan-e-Du campusor write an email to n.amarkhel@kardan.edu.af

Registration: Kardan Career Services


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