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  • [3] My learnings from the course ‘Communication Strategies for a Virtual Age (University of Toronto)’

    My learnings from Module 3:    Lower attention spans mean we need to focus not only on the content we are spreading but also how the person we are trying to communicate with communicates   Types of communication styles:   Hostile indifferent Uninformed Supportive   Hostile:   Hostile person core is blunt.  When they are […]

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  • [2] My learnings from the course ‘Communication Strategies for a Virtual Age (University of Toronto)’

    My learnings from Module 2   How to schedule effective meetings   Communication can be ineffective, too many meetings leads to lower productivity and this tends to happen in larger companies   1. Clear purpose for everyone attending the meeting. Each person should have something to do, so that everyone is actively participating and involved/listening […]

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  • [1] My learnings from the course ‘Communication Strategies for a Virtual Age (University of Toronto)’

        Learnings from Module 1   3 traps of inefficient communication-    Using formal language unnecessarily  Convey idea in simpler terms to be more effective, do not use unnecessary flowery words. *Businessese – A term used for formal language   Speaking generally in third person Not referencing to personal experience and relating the conversation […]

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