Collaborative Communication

AESDC courses are taught using a combination of lectures, guided participation, drills, and practical/real-life communication practice. The course is designed to quickly equip participants with a degree of confidence in their own communication skills, allowing them to participate more readily in conversations, both in personal and professional exchanges.

By the end of the training, participants will have:

  • A better appreciation of the Filipino culture, in relation to their own cultures and other cultures that they may be working with.
  • Reviewed and practiced a number of communication strategies that could help them work more effectively with colleagues
  • Gained higher self-awareness and self-motivation, resulting in increased confidence and ease in interacting and communicating with various audiences for various business and social settings
  • Learned and applied key strategies and techniques to communicate effectively in the following areas:
    • Initiating and carrying on social and business interactions
    • Participating and leading meetings and other small group communication settings
    • Public speaking/Making presentations
    • Collaborative Communication: Giving and Receiving Feedback/Criticism, Negotiation and Conflict Management skills

Effective Communication
Learning Objectives
  • Communication Models
  • Effective Body Language
  • Assessing personality types
  • Communicating in different forums
  • Effective questioning
  • Active Listening
Cultural Awareness and Assertiveness
Learning Objectives
  • Culture within the workplace
  • International Cultures and communication
  • Cross cultural negotiation styles
  • Assertive Communication
  • Assertiveness strategies
Conflict Management
Learning Objectives
  • Causes of Conflict
  • Positive and Negative Conflict
  • How to address conflict
  • Turning conflict into collaboration
  • Negotiation styles
Meetings and Decision Making
Learning Objectives
  • Having an Agenda
  • Effective Meetings
  • Plan, prepare and produce
  • Interrupting and saying “No”
Presenting Information
Learning Objectives
  • Practicing logical organization, sequence, and support.
  • Presenting processes
  • Using precise language confidently