IIDMS – Communication Skills

In today’s fast-paced world, the key to success in almost every field of life is effective communication. No matter how perfect you’re, it makes no sense if you’re not able to communicate it properly. Effective communication skills have become a prerequisite today and this is why it has become necessary for people to gain an edge on the same apart from primary technical skills.

Apart from this, communication also brings in high level of confident in people. If you think that this is one area of your life that is weak and you’re desperate to get a stronghold on it, our communication skills course is something you can’t afford to miss.

This specially-designed communications skills training course provides the effective communication skills in the work or life needed to manage different types of situations with a stretchy, honest, and self-confident method, and build collaborative relationships based on trust and respect.

By pursuing this course in communication skills, you would be able to

• Build collaborative relationships that are based on trust and respect
• Communicate efficiently using easy and concise language
• Improve listening to antedate and avoid mix-ups
• Promote cross-cultural considerate in your workplace
• Avoid communication barricades and focus on nonverbal signals

Gain a competitive edge over others in various facets of life after completing this course. Our instructor-led communication skill training program is designed in such a way to impart the most updated and applicable knowledge about different modes of communication both verbal and non-verbal.

Course Overview
Types and ways of communication
• One-way versus two-way communication
• Process of communication
• Collapse of communication
• Different communication methods and their effectiveness
• Presentation, exercise in trios, facilitated whole group discussion

Communication patterns

• Insights and strainers
• Rising different communication styles
• Determine communication style and preference
• Correcting to other styles
• Individual exercise, facilitator presentation, small group exercises, facilitated group review

Non-verbal communication

• Voice tone and projection
• First impressions and building rapport
• Body language
• Active listening
• Large and small group exercises, pairs practice with facilitated group review
Action planning and reflection
• Appraisal of learning
• Separate reflection, action planning communication skills workout with co-coaching, facilitated group review