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  1. Communication in the Classroom in the Workplace

  2. Types of Communication Written • Reports • Memos • Emails • Forms • Letters • Faxes

  3. Types of Communication Oral • Phone calls • Discussions • Presentations • Interviews

  4. Types of Communication Media • Slide shows • Photographs • Drawings • Videos • Audio Combinations of oral, written, and media

  5. Effective Communications Prepare! • Know your audience. • Know your subject matter. • Use the best delivery method.

  6. Verbal and Nonverbal Signals Verbal Signals • Speech patterns • Accents • Dialects • Vocabulary • Acronyms Nonverbal Signals • Gestures • Body language • Emoticons and emojis • Eye contact • Dress

  7. Our Worlds

  8. Communication Styles • Cooperative or Competitive? • Assertive or Meek? • Individual or Team-focused? • Optimistic or Pessimistic? • Energetic or Apathetic?

  9. Resolving Conflicts • Conflict is a normal part of the workplace. • Effects of emotions and nonverbal signals • Can you control nonverbal communications? • What does professionally handled conflict look like?

  10. Listening Hearing • Tech support calls • Customer complaints • Telemarketing calls • Medical lab report

  11. Preparing for a Presentation • Who is the main audience? Is there a secondary audience? • What is desired outcome? • What information is needed? • Use PowerPoint, flip-chart, or handouts? • Use multimedia—video, audio? • Plan B: what if the computer/projector fails?

  12. Delivering a Presentation • Introduce yourself, welcome the listeners. • Introduce the subject/topic. • Deliver the body of the presentation according to your plan. • Deliver a closing or summary. • Optional: Q&A