Most people are aware of the limitations of verbal communication. You only have to compare a telephone conversation with an in-person meeting to understand how different the two are. Nevertheless, this doesn’t mean that verbal communication alone cannot be incredibly powerful. It’s simply a case of acknowledging its limitations and working with them strategically. What’s removed from the equation in terms of physical presence can be compensated for in a multitude of ways. Which is precisely why many sales professionals are at their most persuasive when communicating by telephone. The better you understand verbal communication techniques, the more powerful and capable you become as a communicator.
This targeted tutorial has been designed for anyone looking to becoming a more capable verbal communicator, or with an interest in becoming a public speaker. Explore the key differences between in-person and telephone communication, including how the absence of body language has a significant impact on both message delivery and interpretation. Those working in telesales, customer service or similar capacities of any kind may find this introductory course particularly insightful..
Understand the characteristics of verbal communication
This is a standalone course and assumes no prior knowledge.
|Course at QLS|
|Course Duration||10 Hours|
|Start Date||on going|