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Copy of Communicating Effectively

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Communicating Effectively
Describe different methods of communication

Explain how to choose the most appropriate method of communicating with others.

Describe ways of actively listening

Appropriate methods to
communicate effectively
Active Listening
Picture Drawing
Barriers to Listening
Your Work Place
Be Prepared
Planning to Communicate
Think of different
methods of communication
How to communicate
Try to be specific, don't come up with general terms.
Why do you think they're arranged this way?
What are the headings?
Could the two columns have some cross over?
When would it be appropriate to use different methods of communication?
What sort of things need to be considered when
deciding how to communicate?

If you're going to communicate effectively, what do you
need to do to be prepared?
Make sure you know:
choice of method
level of detail
use of jargon
choice of language
use of graphics
adapting methods for different needs
Look at these different situations where you may need
to communicate with others.

What things do you need to take into consideration?
What situations do you face in your work place
where you have to communicate with others?
Two volunteers

Matching game
What barriers can there be that stops us from being
able to listen?
Showing Confidence?
How can these be barriers?
10 Questions
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