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Posted by KSF VERIFIED31 Oct 5:19 pmKorle-Bu, Accra

Have you ever been awed by someone who always seems to know what to say and how to say it in any situation?

They know how to communicate with diplomacy, tact and confidence; and now I can teach you how to acquire these same effective communication skills - also known as "soft skills" - at my interpersonal skills scholarship training.

By improving your emotional intelligence and interpersonal communication skills, or "people management skills", you'll gain dexterity and grace in dealing with new or trying situations; recognize how you come across to others; speak honestly and confidently; become conscious of body language; master your emotions; give and receive criticism constructively; present yourself as Powerful - not intimidating; and say what you need to say without offending or creating conflict.

After completing this 1-day interpersonal skills training program, you'll improve your professional communication skills and be able to say anything to anyone in ways that influence outcomes and create cooperation.

This one-day communication skills course provides a powerful insight into the way communication works.

It's a practical day, filled with exercises, and discussion.

You'll practice ways to handle difficult or tricky situations and people.

And you'll go away with real skills you can use immediately.

By the End of this Master Persuasive Communication Program, you will be able to:

Understanding how effective communications work

Gain active listening and responding skills

Master and Interpret body language

Managing your assumption more effectively/ Understanding your own strengths, How others may see you .Increasing confidence
Deadline 2 Days from now
Date: Tuesday 1st November, 2016 @ 8 30am at the civil service training centre Cantonments.


Salary:
GH₵ 600 per month
Industry:
Business / Corporate Management
Job type:
Full Time
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