PROFESSIONALS AND BUSINESSES PARTICIPATING IN DISCUSSION
Process Industry Consultant / Soft Skill
Priya KS Das
Hr - Assistant
Insolvency N Gst Professional
Korgaonkar K A
Workplace Assessment And Training
T Babu Srinivas
Communication Skills Trainer
Hr Operation Lead.
Sr. Bi Consultant
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Type “Written Communication” inside the box WHAT DO YOU NEED
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After typing in the box, press the 'research' button next to it.
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korgaonkar k aDear Gmohanrajhr,
Below given link is useful for you. Please read it hundred percent especially the post by ACT. Please do not forget to appreciate the post of ACT.
From India, Mumbai
AnonymousHope the appended book helps you...
From India, Delhi
1. Oral Communication: Take any topic with lot of content, for example cricket. Narrow it down to a single match. Please have clear idea on what you are going to speak. If you are afraid, write on a piece of paper. Go in front of a mirror and talk to yourself. Speak slowly. All statements should be connected to previous statements. Never care about other's mockery on you regarding this. If get confidence repeat the same with a friend in place of mirror.
If you are introvert, it is natural to be afraid of speaking in front of many people. Just Select one of your friends. Just talk to him for some days. Afterwards talk to two, then three, and so on.
You have make eye contact, while you speak. You can use facial expressions, hand movements.
2. Written communication: Go through old official letters, in your office. If you are not working, you will get lot of them google. You will understand some patterns. Then improve your grammar.
From India, Lucknow
nathraoThis forum will give you material for improving communication.
Firstly decide in your mind what and with whom you want to communicate.
Purpose and objective of communication is to be decided.
Once you are clear about what and why,then you can assemble facts,suggestions etc to press your communication.
It is a question of practise and prior study of subject matter of communication.
From India, Pune
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From Australia, Melbourne
T Babu Srinivasdear Manohar, I have gone through all other posts.I cannot agree. I request you to attend a personal training anywhere or call me at 9364292705 Thanks. Babu
From India, Coimbatore
gmohanrajhrDear Korgaonkar sir, Thanks for your information. now am using this way. i have confident of i can improve my communication. so, thank you very much sir. Mohan.G
gmohanrajhrDear Babu sir, Thanks for your information but why are you told that? communication is a practice method which it will help to improve the communication. Then Is it wrong? Mohan.G
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