3 Steps To Improve Your Communications Skills – Course Description
In this course, you will learn to become aware of your body, emotions, and language so you can choose and control how they impact the way you converse with others and interact with the world around you.
This course explores the intention (or purpose) of conversation. The way we can become effective communicators is to learn what it is we’re actually saying. When we know what we’re saying, then we understand how we see the world.To put it another way: we can choose to engage in full, rich, satisfying conversationswith others through understanding language use and how our word selection reflects our perception of and expectation from human interactions.
We learn how to improve communication skills through the six speech acts:
Through practice, we become skilled at conversation with our networks, bosses, colleagues, teams, friends, and loved ones.
By the end of this course, you’ll understand how the actions you take in your life – based on the Ontological Methods you learn in the course videos and materials – can lead tonew perspectives, great conversations, and increased opportunities for positive human connection.
What Is Ontological Coaching?
Ontology, as taught by the Newfield Network, is the knowledge of how you are “being” in the world through your body/movement, thoughts/emotions, and language. Your body, thoughts and language are all interrelated. When you change one of these three components, you cause the other two to change or shift – for better or worse.
Ontology affects your conversations and their outcomes at work, home, and play.Conversation is more than talk; it’s about how we move our bodies, feel and interpret emotions, and choose our words.
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What are the requirements?
- Be curious about communication.
- Allow yourself to be a learner and possibly a beginner.