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Dear Members,
Here is an excellent PPT on Developing Effective Communication Skills (Professional level).
You may find these useful for conducting workshops with your team, HR training, induction sessions and for self study.
PPT on Developing Effective Communication Skills
Total Slides: 44
Slide Outline:
* Basic Communication Principles
* Strategy for Giving Good Information
* Strategy for Gathering Good Information
* Strategy for Building Mutual Trust
* Seven Principles of Supportive Communication
* Developing Assertive Communication Skills
* Managing Your Body Language
* Developing Active Listening Skills
* Good Habits of Effective Listeners
* Receiving and Listening Feedback or Criticism[/INDENT]Use this to hone your communication skills.
For future reference you can get relevant PPT's here:
PPT Slide Stream
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Cheers
Andy

From India, Mumbai

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Hello Andy,
Your presentation is very impressive.
In communication there are two distinct aspects.
One is related to the LANGUAGE and the other is based on [B]Behavioural[/B] aspect.
Many have a wrong impression that Communication is all about LANGUAGE skills only
and it is incorrect. A person with average Linguistic abilities can still be a good Communicator if
he has good behavioural traits.
However the same cannot be said about a person with only Linguistic Command.
V.Raghunathan

From India
Its really an awesome presentation on developing communication skills as it covered all the major points. Also, there's no doubt that Language and the other behavior both are equally important for effective communication.
From India, Lucknow
Dear Andy,
Thanks for Sharing a nice presentation about "COMMUNICATION" It would be useful for all kind of people in general... Once again thanks much for sharing and keep sharing some useful posts like this....

From India, Tiruchchirappalli
Hi All,
Had a busy week so couldn't respond earlier.
Thank you all for your kind appreciation and taking the time to learn the material.
I can only take credit for sharing the knowledge , you may thank the author / website who made it available.
I have specifically enjoyed this share as the "basic communication principles" have imbibed NLP principles
of communication. Also the NVC aspects have been touched upon well. Again many a times, we professionals
are often in a listening and questioning position. Most ppt's I saw had missed that aspect. This one brought
most of it together, right here.
I have collected a few quality ppt shares over the years and in the coming time I will post them here
for our members.
Soon, I will post one on Body Language (Professional Level) since its integral to Developing Effective Communication Skills.
Will post it as a new thread.
Have a great day there!
Cheers
Andy

From India, Mumbai
A very good presentation. Systematically progress and fully conceived by the reader. Keep posting. Zafar
From Pakistan, Karachi
For Members,
Since I have thought of integrating the Series on Communication,
those of you who have downloaded the above PPT may find the next one here on- Body Language
to be useful - as part of the Communication Series.
See this thread for download and info on it:
https://www.citehr.com/468113-ppt-bo...ner-guide.html
Will be adding more to these in the coming time.
Cheers

From India, Mumbai
You are Welcome Praveen.
I will be posting more in this series in the coming days.
Communication is so vast and there is so much that is going on
that each area can be broken down one at a time and studied.
Verbal and Non Verbal, and then the Language and Words and their meaning
and then ultimately putting it all together in a meaningful context.
Everybody communicates, but only a few Develop and Use Effective Communication!
Cheers

From India, Mumbai
Update:
The 3rd PPT in the Communication Series has been published - PPT on Nonverbal Communication (Advance Level).
Those of you who are following this thread and have downloaded this PPT, kindly follow this order -
1.PPT on Developing Effective Communication Skills (Professional Level)
2.https://www.citehr.com/468113-ppt-bo...ner-guide.html
3.https://www.citehr.com/475419-ppt-no...nce-level.html
I will further update with links whenever new posts/updates are made to this series.
Cheers
Andy

From India, Mumbai
Update in this series:
Those of you, who in your pursuit of learning Soft Skills, will continue to stumble upon this thread in future,
you can easily enjoy the convenience of finding all at one place by following this order.
1. https://www.citehr.com/481570-soft-s...everybody.html
Review for this PPT posted by Binu at.
https://www.citehr.com/481570-soft-s...#ixzz31R9xZ2IA
The above is a good introduction if you are beginning your self-training.
The below are in more detail.
2.https://www.citehr.com/463270-ppt-de...nal-level.html
3.https://www.citehr.com/468113-ppt-bo...ner-guide.html
4.https://www.citehr.com/475419-ppt-no...nce-level.html
Learn & Grow.
Cheers
Andy

From India, Mumbai

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