communication skill

nagarajan By nagarajan, 17th Aug 2014 | Follow this author | RSS Feed | Short URL http://nut.bz/zzluk25_/
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this arthil about the communication skill and also to develop the other skill

comunication skill

Hello friends Good Evening. I hope all of you pretty well. Today now i am discus about Communication Skills (Part-1).
As we progress through our careers in the health or social care environment, the sorts of skills that are critical to our
success can change and evolve. Many of us are first responsible for performing specific practical tasks, linked to our
developing knowledge base. Our effectiveness centres upon our actions and our growing expertise at performing these.
Proficiency at such tasks is often the initial focus.
However, as we continue to progress, it is likely that success will depend more and more upon our interpersonal skills and
our ability to develop effective working relationships with key others. Jobs that include a managerial, supervisory or a
mentoring role can involve complex relationships with people. Demands can be made that are sometimes conflicting and
ambiguous. A practice educator’s job can involve reconciling and managing these demands. Not surprisingly, interpersonal
and communication skills often rank among the most critical for work related success.

Thanks friends. cont......next part......

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Communication Skill, Personality Development, Skill

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author avatar Peter B. Giblett
17th Aug 2014 (#)

Communications skills are very important, but if you intend to write an article about this subject then you should use good spelling and grammar in able to communicate your ideas otherwise you have little chance of being understood.

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author avatar Song Rae Mi
18th Aug 2014 (#)

Some words are misspelled.

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