Communicating with Impact

How is it delivered:

1-Day Face-to-face Course
2 x 2-hour Sessions delivering remotely
Content can be streamlined to deliver across a shorter timeframe

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The ability to communicate effectively is key. It puts any team member in a position of strength when working closely with others, dealing with colleagues, customers, partners, suppliers and other stakeholders.

With communication consistently being ranked as the biggest issue in business, communication training is a must for any role.

We’ve worked with companies and their employees for years to develop their communication skills. Our trainers all understand first-hand that this is one area that can really transform a team from good to great. But communicating with confidence is something that requires practice, and it can be a tricky balance to achieve. Being able to be assertive yet respectful, influential, and inspiring are all part of the mix. As with all our courses, our fundamental aim is to build the right mind-set, so your team can act as an asset to the organisation

Course Aim

Course Objectives

The aim of this course is to help participants develop effective communication skills and techniques that will enable them to communicate confidently and purposefully with people at all levels in a range of situations.

As a result of this training, participants will:

  • Know what causes communication to break down at work and how to communicate more effectively with colleagues
  • Understand their natural communication preference and how to adapt this to improve working relationships and results
  • Be able to deliver clear, concise and engaging messages using verbal and non-verbal communication
  • Gain a toolkit of techniques to build understanding, resolve problems and improve relationships with others

Get in touch with Adalta, alternatively you can call us on
0345 021 2356

Adalta Development Ltd
9 Riverside
Waters Meeting Road

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