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Overview

Welcome! Do you want to learn how to become effective and efficient in your communication, then this course is perfect for you. This course is designed with hyper-efficient methods so that you can learn all basic communication skills basics in less than 90 minutes. This course gives you simple methods to implement. 


Why choose this course?


Step by step methods

Proven knowledgePractical tips

Highly engaging course

Start improving the results of your communication immediately after starting this course.




[There are a variety of active listening techniques you can use to ensure that you have good listening skills.


Give positive reinforcement. Nodding or giving a verbal indication that you are following along is a way to improve your listening skills. Use positive reinforcement sparingly so as not to distract the speaker with your own words of agreement.

Ask relevant questions. When you ask an occasional question (during natural pauses), you’re ensuring that you clearly understand your conversation partner’s point of view. This demonstrates an interest on your part, showing that you’ve been listening to the speaker’s words and want to know more.

Restate key points. Restate information by paraphrasing what you’ve heard in your own words. This demonstrates comprehension. When you repeat information back to a speaker, you show that you have absorbed and understood their message.

Use nonverbal cues. There are many types of nonverbal communication, like body language, facial expressions, and tone of voice. When someone is speaking to you, you should be face-to-face with them, making comfortable eye contact and reacting to their words. Looking at your phone, the clock, or the door can indicate that you have no authentic interest in the person who is speaking to you. This can be detrimental to both personal and professional relationships. As an active listener, you should also pay attention to the speaker’s nonverbal cues. Paying attention to nonverbal details can give you an even clearer picture of how the speaker is feeling.

Reserve judgment. An effective listener will let the other person speak without interjecting opinions, unsolicited information, or fixes. Listening with an open mind facilitates trust and shows that you are capable of hearing another person’s words without having to share your own opinions or advice.

Do active listening exercises. Practice your active listening skills by working on exercises designed to hone your skills. An example of an active listening exercise is to write a summary of information following each conversation you have. It’s a good way to get into the habit of forcing your mind to stay active and engaged during interactions with others.]



Target audience




Entrepreneurs

Aspiring entrepreneurs

Working professionals

Students

 


What will students learn in your course?


1. How to create clear messages 


2. Method to be courteous


3. 5W & 1H method for complete communication 


4. How to build confidence in listener's mind 


5. Way to keep listener's attention 


6. How to be logical in communication 


7. Five levels of listening 


8. Practical tips for effective listening


Course requirements 


Willingness to learn new methods

Willingness to do assignment

Watch all videos

Basic Requirement

  • Willingness to learn new methods

  • Willingness to do assignment

  • Watch all videos

Skills Covered

  • 1. How to create clear messages

  • 2. Method to be courteous

  • 3. 5W & 1H method for complete communication

  • 4. How to build confidence in listener's mind

  • 5. Way to keep listener's attention

  • 6. How to be logical in communication

  • 7. Five levels of listening

  • 8. Practical tips for effective listening

Expert Review

As a person with a strong personality, good listening skills and effective communication skills are the two most important aspects.

With the help of this course, you'll learn the right tips and tricks to improve your communication skills. 

Quick tips for best communication skills :

Keep it simple and on message.

Keep your language simple and straightforward. Lincoln's Gettysburg Address was 286 words, about two minutes in length.

Bring your listeners or readers into the conversation.

Engage your listeners and readers in the conversation. Get their opinions and ask questions. Encourage them to provide feedback.

Please respond as soon as possible.

You should take time after listening (and understanding) to "draft" what you want to say in your head.

Check to see if you are understood.

If someone doesn't understand, don't blame them. Rather than trying to translate what you are saying, try to clarify or rephrase it so that it is understood.

Listen to others as well.

Communicators who are good listeners tend to be the best communicators. Listen without judgment and don't think about what to say next. Reply instead of reacting.

Body Language is the must to understand 

A majority of communication is nonverbal, according to studies. Observe your listener's body language to determine whether they understand, agree or disagree with your message. You are also sending signals with your body.

Eye contact should be maintained.

It is important to maintain eye contact when speaking to a crowd or one-on-one in order to establish credibility and demonstrate you care about your audience.

Respect every person you speak with

Realize that your message isn't only about you or what you want. When you communicate with someone, you should sincerely consider their needs and their unique perspectives. Paying attention to what they have to say is the best way to show your respect. 

Prioritize effective communication.

Communicating effectively requires prioritizing and constantly improving your skills.

For more information on how to communicate and listen effectively, visit our website.

Sign up for our course now.


Overview

Welcome! Do you want to learn how to become effective and efficient in your communication, then this course is perfect for you. This course is designed with hyper-efficient methods so that you can learn all basic communication skills basics in less than 90 minutes. This course gives you simple methods to implement. 


Why choose this course?


Step by step methods

Proven knowledgePractical tips

Highly engaging course

Start improving the results of your communication immediately after starting this course.




[There are a variety of active listening techniques you can use to ensure that you have good listening skills.


Give positive reinforcement. Nodding or giving a verbal indication that you are following along is a way to improve your listening skills. Use positive reinforcement sparingly so as not to distract the speaker with your own words of agreement.

Ask relevant questions. When you ask an occasional question (during natural pauses), you’re ensuring that you clearly understand your conversation partner’s point of view. This demonstrates an interest on your part, showing that you’ve been listening to the speaker’s words and want to know more.

Restate key points. Restate information by paraphrasing what you’ve heard in your own words. This demonstrates comprehension. When you repeat information back to a speaker, you show that you have absorbed and understood their message.

Use nonverbal cues. There are many types of nonverbal communication, like body language, facial expressions, and tone of voice. When someone is speaking to you, you should be face-to-face with them, making comfortable eye contact and reacting to their words. Looking at your phone, the clock, or the door can indicate that you have no authentic interest in the person who is speaking to you. This can be detrimental to both personal and professional relationships. As an active listener, you should also pay attention to the speaker’s nonverbal cues. Paying attention to nonverbal details can give you an even clearer picture of how the speaker is feeling.

Reserve judgment. An effective listener will let the other person speak without interjecting opinions, unsolicited information, or fixes. Listening with an open mind facilitates trust and shows that you are capable of hearing another person’s words without having to share your own opinions or advice.

Do active listening exercises. Practice your active listening skills by working on exercises designed to hone your skills. An example of an active listening exercise is to write a summary of information following each conversation you have. It’s a good way to get into the habit of forcing your mind to stay active and engaged during interactions with others.]



Target audience




Entrepreneurs

Aspiring entrepreneurs

Working professionals

Students

 


What will students learn in your course?


1. How to create clear messages 


2. Method to be courteous


3. 5W & 1H method for complete communication 


4. How to build confidence in listener's mind 


5. Way to keep listener's attention 


6. How to be logical in communication 


7. Five levels of listening 


8. Practical tips for effective listening


Course requirements 


Willingness to learn new methods

Willingness to do assignment

Watch all videos

  • 1. How to create clear messages

  • 2. Method to be courteous

  • 3. 5W & 1H method for complete communication

  • 4. How to build confidence in listener's mind

  • 5. Way to keep listener's attention

  • 6. How to be logical in communication

  • 7. Five levels of listening

  • 8. Practical tips for effective listening

  • Willingness to learn new methods

  • Willingness to do assignment

  • Watch all videos

As a person with a strong personality, good listening skills and effective communication skills are the two most important aspects.

With the help of this course, you'll learn the right tips and tricks to improve your communication skills. 

Quick tips for best communication skills :

Keep it simple and on message.

Keep your language simple and straightforward. Lincoln's Gettysburg Address was 286 words, about two minutes in length.

Bring your listeners or readers into the conversation.

Engage your listeners and readers in the conversation. Get their opinions and ask questions. Encourage them to provide feedback.

Please respond as soon as possible.

You should take time after listening (and understanding) to "draft" what you want to say in your head.

Check to see if you are understood.

If someone doesn't understand, don't blame them. Rather than trying to translate what you are saying, try to clarify or rephrase it so that it is understood.

Listen to others as well.

Communicators who are good listeners tend to be the best communicators. Listen without judgment and don't think about what to say next. Reply instead of reacting.

Body Language is the must to understand 

A majority of communication is nonverbal, according to studies. Observe your listener's body language to determine whether they understand, agree or disagree with your message. You are also sending signals with your body.

Eye contact should be maintained.

It is important to maintain eye contact when speaking to a crowd or one-on-one in order to establish credibility and demonstrate you care about your audience.

Respect every person you speak with

Realize that your message isn't only about you or what you want. When you communicate with someone, you should sincerely consider their needs and their unique perspectives. Paying attention to what they have to say is the best way to show your respect. 

Prioritize effective communication.

Communicating effectively requires prioritizing and constantly improving your skills.

For more information on how to communicate and listen effectively, visit our website.

Sign up for our course now.


Course Overview

Welcome! Do you want to learn how to become effective and efficient in your communication, then this course is perfect for you. This course is designed with hyper-efficient methods so that you can learn all basic communication skills basics in less than 90 minutes. This course gives you simple methods to implement. 


Why choose this course?


Step by step methods

Proven knowledgePractical tips

Highly engaging course

Start improving the results of your communication immediately after starting this course.




[There are a variety of active listening techniques you can use to ensure that you have good listening skills.


Give positive reinforcement. Nodding or giving a verbal indication that you are following along is a way to improve your listening skills. Use positive reinforcement sparingly so as not to distract the speaker with your own words of agreement.

Ask relevant questions. When you ask an occasional question (during natural pauses), you’re ensuring that you clearly understand your conversation partner’s point of view. This demonstrates an interest on your part, showing that you’ve been listening to the speaker’s words and want to know more.

Restate key points. Restate information by paraphrasing what you’ve heard in your own words. This demonstrates comprehension. When you repeat information back to a speaker, you show that you have absorbed and understood their message.

Use nonverbal cues. There are many types of nonverbal communication, like body language, facial expressions, and tone of voice. When someone is speaking to you, you should be face-to-face with them, making comfortable eye contact and reacting to their words. Looking at your phone, the clock, or the door can indicate that you have no authentic interest in the person who is speaking to you. This can be detrimental to both personal and professional relationships. As an active listener, you should also pay attention to the speaker’s nonverbal cues. Paying attention to nonverbal details can give you an even clearer picture of how the speaker is feeling.

Reserve judgment. An effective listener will let the other person speak without interjecting opinions, unsolicited information, or fixes. Listening with an open mind facilitates trust and shows that you are capable of hearing another person’s words without having to share your own opinions or advice.

Do active listening exercises. Practice your active listening skills by working on exercises designed to hone your skills. An example of an active listening exercise is to write a summary of information following each conversation you have. It’s a good way to get into the habit of forcing your mind to stay active and engaged during interactions with others.]



Target audience




Entrepreneurs

Aspiring entrepreneurs

Working professionals

Students

 


What will students learn in your course?


1. How to create clear messages 


2. Method to be courteous


3. 5W & 1H method for complete communication 


4. How to build confidence in listener's mind 


5. Way to keep listener's attention 


6. How to be logical in communication 


7. Five levels of listening 


8. Practical tips for effective listening


Course requirements 


Willingness to learn new methods

Willingness to do assignment

Watch all videos

Basic Requirements

  • Willingness to learn new methods

  • Willingness to do assignment

  • Watch all videos

Skills Covered

  • 1. How to create clear messages

  • 2. Method to be courteous

  • 3. 5W & 1H method for complete communication

  • 4. How to build confidence in listener's mind

  • 5. Way to keep listener's attention

  • 6. How to be logical in communication

  • 7. Five levels of listening

  • 8. Practical tips for effective listening

Expert Review

As a person with a strong personality, good listening skills and effective communication skills are the two most important aspects.

With the help of this course, you'll learn the right tips and tricks to improve your communication skills. 

Quick tips for best communication skills :

Keep it simple and on message.

Keep your language simple and straightforward. Lincoln's Gettysburg Address was 286 words, about two minutes in length.

Bring your listeners or readers into the conversation.

Engage your listeners and readers in the conversation. Get their opinions and ask questions. Encourage them to provide feedback.

Please respond as soon as possible.

You should take time after listening (and understanding) to "draft" what you want to say in your head.

Check to see if you are understood.

If someone doesn't understand, don't blame them. Rather than trying to translate what you are saying, try to clarify or rephrase it so that it is understood.

Listen to others as well.

Communicators who are good listeners tend to be the best communicators. Listen without judgment and don't think about what to say next. Reply instead of reacting.

Body Language is the must to understand 

A majority of communication is nonverbal, according to studies. Observe your listener's body language to determine whether they understand, agree or disagree with your message. You are also sending signals with your body.

Eye contact should be maintained.

It is important to maintain eye contact when speaking to a crowd or one-on-one in order to establish credibility and demonstrate you care about your audience.

Respect every person you speak with

Realize that your message isn't only about you or what you want. When you communicate with someone, you should sincerely consider their needs and their unique perspectives. Paying attention to what they have to say is the best way to show your respect. 

Prioritize effective communication.

Communicating effectively requires prioritizing and constantly improving your skills.

For more information on how to communicate and listen effectively, visit our website.

Sign up for our course now.


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Course creator


                                 Mayur Pangrekar

Mayur Pangrekar

· Certified life coach, CCA, Canada, 2018 · Certified NLP coach practitioner, ICTA, Europe, 2020 · Corporate trainer · Trained by Dr. Vivek Bindra on entrepreneurship and business growth, New Delhi, India 2019 · Taught 10,000+ people around the WORLD through video courses · Coached and trained 3000+ students, working professionals and entrepreneurs · Conducted training programs on soft skills, entrepreneur mindset, sales skills and time management · Conducted training programs for companies in manufacturing, IT, consulting, interior designing, furniture, education, medical centers and colleges · 20 years of industry experience in leadership & management roles in USA and India · BE (Mechanical Engineering) 1998, India · MS (Industrial Engineering) 2002, USA · MBA, 2008, USA