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Communication Dynamics and Networking in Organisation Postgraduate Course

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  • Course description
    By the conclusion of the specified learning and development activities, delegates will be able to:Ø  Explicitly demonstrate’ that they took the necessary steps in the preparation for their oral-visual presentation;Ø  Prepare and deliver electronic presentations;Ø  Demonstrate their understanding of the importance of the introduction – in oral-visual presentations;Ø  Demonstrate effective verbal and non-verbal presentation skills, during the delivery of their oral-visual presentations;Ø  Demonstrate their ability to select the information that is relevant to the particular issues being presented, omitting the irrelevant aspects;Ø  Exhibit their ability to select the most appropriate PowerPoint template, in line with the type of presentation they intend to deliver;Ø  Set their PowerPoint presentation slides to automatic run, timing it to coincide with their allocated time;Ø  Programme their presentations to provide ‘dim effect’, thereby enhancing the readability and psychological effect of the information they present;Ø  Distinguish between groups and mere aggregations;Ø  Suggest the difference in interpretation of groups and teams;Ø  Demonstrate your understanding of the social and psychological relevance of the stages of formation of a group;Ø  Distinguish between task forces, committees, command groups and boards;Ø  Suggest how informal groups might be empowered to enhance organisational effectiveness.Ø  By the end of the specified learning and development activities, delegates will be able to:Ø  Demonstrate their understanding of Kinesics;Ø  Provide at least three cultural interpretations and misinterpretations examples of kinesics;Ø  Exhibit an understanding of the importance of proximity in social environments;Ø  Demonstrate their understanding of the ways in which Kinesics and Kinesiology might be counterbalanced for communication and networking effectiveness;Ø  List at least five barriers to communication in organisation, explaining how they might be averted or addressed, in order to improve communication effectiveness;Ø  Suggest the part that they can play in order to make the communication of their colleagues more effective;Ø  Propose a simple but clear definition of ‘communication networking’ ;Ø  Place communication networking in an organisational context;Ø  Demonstrate their understanding of the specific skills and competence needed to be effective in ‘networking’ at different ‘levels’;Ø  Demonstrate their ability to network with colleagues;Ø  Illustrate, through role play, that they are able to effectively communicate during their ‘networking’ encounter with people outside their immediate command group;Ø  Indicate, with confidence, their strategy for networking with ‘stranger groups’;Ø  List at least 3 pitfalls of networking, explaining how they might be averted;Ø  Suggest the steps that they will take to continue to improve their confidence, particularly as it relates to networking;Ø  Suggest the extent to which external networking events might be valuable to individual workers and the organisation, as a whole;Ø  Demonstrate their internalisation of the fact that they can effectively network, without being aggressive.

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