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Effective Business Communication (AIEBC06)

Date:Wednesday, December 20, 2017
Time:12:00PM - 3:00 PM
(Registration at 11:30AM)
Facility:Webcast or Webinar, Online
CPE Credit:3.0 Behavioral
Course Level:Basic
Early Bird Price:$139.00 FICPA Members, $179.00 Non-Members

Miscommunication is costly. In this course we will discuss how the use of positive language is not a "warm and fuzzy" concept, but rather an important communication tool. Using appropriate word choices will make you a more effective manager and communicator. Miscommunication and misunderstandings may cause significant financial and emotional loses to a firm. Vague answers can cause numerical errors, inaccurate financial data, hurt feelings, and tension within an office environment. We will also address some aspects of leadership in connection with work teams and group development. We will look at the role leaders play in workplace communication and examine communication skills for discussion leaders. The importance of effective communication cannot be underestimated. A leader's ability to communicate greatly reduces misunderstandings in the workplace, and significantly improves project management. TOPICS DISCUSSED  The power of professional language in business writing  Communication and work teams  Communication for leaders  Difficult communication

When you complete this course you will be able to:  Eliminate wordiness, redundancy, and obscure language from their writing, and produce documents that are clear and concise  Produce written communications that are positive and confident  Explain five techniques to make your language more positive and professional  Recognize the importance of descriptive language  Understand how using certain words can help avoid misinterpretation and misunderstandings.  Discuss the common types of difficult communication patterns found in the workplace, and how to cope with these situations  Understand the difficult communication patterns that may occur between men and women  Identify and cope more effectively with hostile communication patterns that may occur in the workplace  Recognize the communication patterns that occur before and during the formations of teams  Explain the role of conflict in work teams, and approaches for dealing with the conflict

Who Should Attend:
Staff or senior associates looking to advance business writing and communication skills


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