Helping Your Pupils to Communicate Effectively and Manage Conflict
Release on 2017-09-11 | by Lynette Longaretti
Good communication and interpersonal relationships are essential for effective teaching and learning. They are the basis for many of the issues and concerns that teachers and pupils meet daily. Social and personal behaviours are ...
Why can't you just get along?' This is a question children are commonly asked. But they will usually have a very 'good' reason for their conflict 'Because he's always telling me what to do!'; 'She stole my lunch!'. The fact is that any in social situation there is a potential for conflict. What children need are the skills to manage conflict when
The 7 Effective Communication Skills
Release on 2014 | by Gabriel Angelo
Managing departments – A manager must have effective communication skills because he will be in charge of people who are part of his department. If he is not effective in communicating what he would like to have done, then productivity ...
How Do You Communicate More Effectively! * Do you have a hard time communicating your ideas and getting your message across? * Do you wish to handle difficult people and situation better and quickly resolve conflicts? * Do you find yourself not taken seriously and getting the respect you deserve from friends, families, coworkers, and boss? * Do you want to be a better influencer and have more persuasion power as an authority figure? * Do you want to get along better with people and have them like you to get more fun and joy out of life? More often than not, people don't pay much attention to communication because they feel that it is something that they can do easily. It does not mean that just because you know how to talk, you already know how to be a good communicator. You need communication in school, work and even in relationships on a day-to-day basis. It is important to know the proper ways to communicate effectively! Within This Book... Are the essential skills you need that will help you become enticing and influential to each person you meet. Through the speech and gesture exercises that you have to do, you will become someone that people would look up to and want to be. You will be a truly effective speaker that people will want to get close to. Imagine all the possibilities when you are exceptionally great at communicating with the people around you... That's what "The 7 Effective Communication Skills" will do for you and much more!
Release on 2009-03-15 | by Suzan Collins
Everybody can communicate, but not always in the way you are used to. This workbook has been devised to enable you to learn how to communicate effectively, using a variety of methods and trying different tools to communicate with people ...
Social care workers in residential or domiciliary settings need to be able to communicate effectively in order to carry out their work. Supporting people with a variety of difficulties including hearing loss, impaired speech, visual impairment, dementia and physical and learning disabilities requires a range of communication skills, such as listening, sign language, writing notes, and using body language, touch and stimulation. This workbook will provide workers with the ability to enable adults with limited or no verbal communication skills to make decisions, and to express their views in their preferred method of communication. Effective Communication includes practical guidance on using communication tools, such as computers, staff photo rota boards and pictorial menu boards, and use of photographs as visual reminders. The workbook meets the requirements of care standards and also refers to the importance of recording and reporting, and dealing with sensitive and complex issues, such as breaking the news of a family bereavement, or communicating with a person who has been abused. Designed to meet the requirements of Health and Social Care (Adults) NVQ Level 3, Unit 31, this workbook is also a valuable source of guidance for any social care worker wanting to improve communication with the people they support.
Effective Medical Communication
Release on 2020-06-16 | by Subhash Chandra Parija
Communication Barriers Cultural Barriers Linguistic Barriers Misunderstood history and presenting complaint Unnecessary medical ... than a luxury to train health professionals on how to communicate effectively in healthcare settings.
Effective communication is at the heart of medical profession, whether it is patient-doctor communication, interpersonal communication, or communication with the scientific and research community. However, medical professionals are not adequately trained in these skills, and when it comes to presentations, the message is often lost due to inadequate preparation, ineffective slides, and a generally unconvincing performance by the presenter. This book addresses all aspects of the communication skills required by individuals entering medical school as well as professionals farther up the career ladder. Each chapter offers a quote or a statement that captures the essence of the text. Adopting a unique approach known an A, B, C, D and E (Assess Need, Brief, Contextualize, Describe and Evaluate) the book includes abundant illustrations, real-world case scenarios, anecdotes, tables, graphs and cartoons, as well as practical information, and tips on communicating effectively. As such it is a valuable resource for new and experienced clinicians, educators and researchers wanting to improve their communications skills.
Effective Risk Communication
Release on 2013-10-30 | by Joseph Arvai
It also requires a reasonable degree of humility, because our summary assessment is that far less is known than commonly assumed, regarding how to communicate effectively about the presence of uncertainty in multi-objective risk ...
There are two questions often asked of risk communication: what has been learned from past work, and what is needed to push the field forward? Drawing on the experience of leading risk researchers and practitioners, Effective Risk Communication focuses on answering these questions. The book draws together new examples of research and practice from contexts as diverse as energy generation, human health, nuclear waste, climate change, food choice, and social media. This book treats risk communication as much more than the interchange of risk information between experts and non-experts; rather, it aims to emphasise the diversity in viewpoints and practices. In each specially commissioned chapter, the authors reflect on the theoretical and applied underpinnings of their best projects and comment on how their approach could be used effectively by others. Building upon each other, the chapters will provoke new discussion and action around a discipline which many feel is neither meeting important needs in practice, nor living up to its potential in research. Through a more careful examination of the work already done in risk communication, the book will help develop better, more reflective practice for the future.
The Essentials of Effective Written Communication for Young Researchers and Tertiary Students
Release on 2022-05-16 | by Laura Cheng Sue Sen B.comn
In addition, a person who is working professionally needs to know how to write effectively. Often this is a non-linear and ... Knowing how to communicate effectively means being able to write for a variety of audiences and genres.
The scientific article must be written in a scientific format and may seem confusing for tertiary students and young researchers, especially for the beginning science writer due to its rigid structure which is so different from writing humanities. One of the reasons for using this format is that it is a means of efficiently communicating scientific findings to a broad community of scientists in a uniform manner. Writing a technical article or research paper is a challenging endeavour for students and young researchers. Publishing your first technical article or research paper requires observation of some essential guidelines. Hence the purpose of this book is to provide basic guidelines to tertiary students and young researchers using this user-friendly format to help in writing a scientific article. This book focuses on the essential steps for the publication of a technical article and research paper for tertiary students and young researchers
Effective Communication with Children and Youth
Release on 2011-03-03 | by Stella Okoronkwo
He taught me more during my Masters in Communication in a Christian University on how to communicate effectively. God began to put in me the spirit of excellence. He helped to do thorough preparation before standing in front of the ...
Effective communication with children and youth is written to equip parents, teachers, children and youth workers with strong communication skills. It contains effective strategies that encourage them to look at learning through the eyes of the learners. The book also encourages pastors and community leaders to accord children and youth an important place in their church and community and mentor them until they reach their potential. It was written due to popular demands from Sunday school teachers and youth workers the author trained over a period of time in Nairobi, Kenya. Who can use this book? · School teachers · Social workers · Youth pastors and senior pastors · Bible schools and theological colleges · Universities · Parents
Effective Crisis Communication
Release on 2017-11-10 | by Robert R. Ulmer
At the writing of the fourth edition of this book, the need for understanding effective crisis communication practices and building those skills are in ever-increasing demand. In just over two years since the last edition, ...
In this fully updated Fourth Edition of Effective Crisis Communication, three of today’s most respected crisis/risk communication scholars provide the latest theories and innovative approaches for handling crisis. Unlike other crisis communication texts, this acclaimed book answers the question, "what now?" and explains how organizations can create the potential for opportunity, renewal, and growth through effective crisis communication. Authors Robert R. Ulmer, Timothy L. Sellnow, and Matthew W. Seeger provide guidelines for taking the many challenges that crises present and turning those challenges into opportunities. Practical lessons and in-depth case studies highlight successes and failures in dealing with core issues of crisis leadership, including managing uncertainty, communicating effectively, understanding risk, promoting communication ethics, enabling organizational learning, and producing renewing responses to crisis. New to the Fourth Edition: New and updated examples and case studies include diverse cases from recent headlines such as SeaWorld’s reaction to Blackfish, the United Airlines debacle, and the Flint Water Crisis. Updated theories and references throughout provide readers with the latest information for effective crisis communication.
On the Nature of Effective CIO CEO Communication
Release on 2016-12-23 | by Alexander Hütter
Communication and shared understanding of IT are two elusive concepts, not easily amenable by the dominant IS research method ... Based on this approach, we develop new insight into the nature of CIO/CEO communication effectiveness.
This book examines the effectiveness of communication between chief information officer (CIO) and chief executive officer (CEO) and its impact on the role of information technology (IT) in an organization. The book is empirically based on interviews with CIO/CEO pairs from twelve organizations in the manufacturing and retail industries. It examines how CIOs and CEOs can achieve effectiveness in their communication, including insights into antecedents and consequences of communication effectiveness. Based on the interview data the authors develop a CIO/CEO communication model with which CIOs and CEOs can gain new insights into the efficiency of their interactions, likely resulting in higher levels of shared understanding regarding the role of IT in their organization.
Effective Two way Communication
Release on 1959 | by United States. Veterans Administration. Office of Personnel
w 38 THE WHY , WHAT , AND HOW OF COMMUNICATION INTRODUCTION Topical outline Discussion Material Introduce general topic This is the first of two meetings in which we will explore the topic of effective two - way communication .
Author: United States. Veterans Administration. Office of Personnel
Type: BOOK - Published: 2013-01-02 - Publisher: Marco Polo
Marco Polo Guides are packed with unique insider tips. Straightforward information is presented in an engaging format which will appeal to the young and the young at heart. Includes a street atlas and a separate pull-out map.
Type: BOOK - Published: 2021-04-26 - Publisher: AuthorHouse
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