Workplace Communication

Apart from your technical skills, what makes you a 10x better employee is your communication skills. Communication with teammates, with customers, with you managers - everything counts. Conveying your idea to someone else and convincing them is a big part of almost all tech jobs. Here are all the resources that can help you improve your workplace communication and take your career to the next level

Skill level: Junior
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Communication frameworks

In this session, we will learn about how we can use communication frameworks for a better understanding of the organization or improve your flexibility with people with who you work with.

Written communication 

Communicating through writing is essential in the modern world and is becoming ever more so as we participate in what is now commonly called the information age. In fact, written communication is the most common form of business communication. Let's learn how you can enhance your writing skills as a better communication medium.

Persuasion

An employee with persuasion skills can influence others to perform well and succeed. A persuasive employee is also able to expedite and facilitate group decision-making. When used well, persuasion is a valuable soft skill that can have a significant impact in any workplace. Learn persuasion skills in communication with Tinyschool.

Listening skills

Good listeners always strive to fully understand what others want to communicate, particularly when the statement lacks clarity. Listening skill is the basic and hold the major role in effective communication. So together we learn about how to be a good listener inorder to communicate with your fellow workers.

Giving and receiving feedback

Feedbacks makes communication meaningful. It is the end-result of an idea and makes communication a continuous process. You need to be able to give a clear and effective feedback and be able to accept feedback from the others too.

Meetings

Meetings are used to develop ideas, exchange concerns, present information and make decisions. But meetings also tend to have a reputation for going off track, dragging on unnecessarily. Knowing how to communicate well in meetings – especially if you are chairing the meeting – is vital for making them efficient and productive.

Conflict Resolution

The ability to successfully resolve conflict depends on your ability to: Manage stress quickly while remaining alert and calm. By staying calm, you can accurately read and interpret verbal and nonverbal communication.

Writing good emails

Writing a good email starts with your mindset. When you're in the correct frame of mind, you'll be able to write effective emails that communicate and persuade.

Asking for help

This session is about how to get the help you need in your workplace.

Building Trust

Trust is a choice. If we know how to build trust with others, it means they have confidence that we will keep our word. They trust that we are exactly who we say we are, and that we won’t desert them when times get tough. Trust is give and take. It means you’ve found a way to relate to other people in a way that is meaningful to them.

Gratitude

Ultimately, gratitude in the workplace can lead to deeper connections to not only each other, but to the work you're doing each and everyday

A better version of yourself awaits you!