Courses tagged with 'communication'
To be successful in busy cross-functional organizations, you need to be skillful in the way you work, influence and communicate with others. Individual and team success often depends on the ability of people to communicate confidently and competently whether dealing with others within or outside their organization, remotely or in person. This practical and engaging one-day workshop will provide strategies and skills that anyone with limited authority can use to communicate with people at all levels. You will learn and practice proven methods for communicating to get commitment and to foster collaboration. By walking through a number of scenarios and real-life cases, you will learn how to effectively move your ideas into action.
Climate communication has evolved from debating the reality of human-caused climate change to facing the urgent challenge of mobilizing entire publics in the project of massive climate action. Have you ever wondered how to start or respond to a conversation about climate? Is it possible to communicate about climate adaptation in a way that inspires people? This four-week course addresses these questions, equipping learners with key concepts for effective communication as well as best practices and guidance from leading climate communication experts and researchers.
Effective and professional communication skills are essential to success in today's workplace. Learn the tools for effective verbal and written communication that will enable you to communicate with clarity and impact. Gain the skills required to effectively manage conflict and navigate difficult conversations and develop mindful listening and communication techniques. By increasing your professional communication skills, you minimize the potential for misunderstandings and ambiguities and increase your ability to inspire through clear and focused communication strategies.
This four-week online course builds on Writing for Business Level 1 with a deep dive into audience analysis, critical thinking, and writing strategies for larger writing tasks in the workplace: articles, briefing notes, business cases, decision-papers, formal correspondence, planning documents, presentations, proposals, and reports. Use document samples within the course or your own content as you learn to adapt your writing style to meet your readers' level of knowledge and content needs. Demonstrations, videos, and hands-on exercises will help you gain confidence in your writing as you draft and polish coherent business documents that will get results.