Understanding Corporate Communication


  • No prerequisites.


Are you a supervisor or manager looking to coach and motivate employees, but don’t know where to start? Are you an employee who wants to “get ahead” in their career, but really feels that you lack resources to do so? If you answered yes to these questions, then this course is for you.

Welcome to my course! So, in this course, you’ll get AN ACTUAL RUNDOWN AND THE ACTUAL WORDINGS PHRASES, AND CONVERSATIONS EMPLOYED IN EVERYDAY SUCCESSFUL BUSINESS OPERATIONS. So, whether you’re starting a business meeting or encouraging and coaching employees (and that includes coaching and mentoring low performers too!), you need to be a better communicator. That’s so key!

Overall, effective execution of day-to-day business operations entails 2 elements–

1) Clarity

2) and Communication

And this course taps into all the above-said aspects! And what’s more, it gives you an exact communication and speech employed in corporate undertakings. Which is what helps translate visions into reality.

Needless to assert, a better manager is also a great communicator. So, this course will help inspire vision in supervisors and managers alike to help them become better leaders. Furthermore, it will create a structure or guideline for managers to execute their daily tasks at a higher level and enable them to help inspire greatness in their employees.

Moreover, as we know, today employee engagement is at an all-time low and is costing companies billions of dollars. But there’s a solution. What is the solution? We need supervisors and managers to become better communicators, and who can then boost and motivate employees to bring out their best.

Last not least, this course is also useful to employees who want to be better engaged at work. And by the same token, it will appeal to HR managers and coaches alike.

Who this course is for:

  • Anyone with an interest in business communication
  • Team leaders, Supervisors and Managers
  • HR Managers who want to enhance employee engagement
  • Students of Corporate communication and leadership
  • Employees who want to get promoted
  • Executives and CEOs who want to better understand their direct reports’ and employees’ needs.

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