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    Mar 29, 2016
    | Would highly recommend.

    Not too easy. Not too difficult.

    Course Overview:

    I learned so much about public speaking and communication that I never knew existed! I used to be shy and introverted but after completing this course I was able to stand up and deliver a speech with confidence!

    Course highlights:

    Communication skills, Listening skills, public speaking, Using perception to understand self and others, verbal communication, nonverbal communication, building interpersonal relationships as well as developing and managing them, communication in problem solving groups, how to become an effective group member and leader, informative/ persuasive speaking.

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    12+ hours

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    Attend class everyday, take notes and study hard. Don't be afraid to participate in the group activities and speeches as they are created to help you become open to public speaking and teamwork. Practice and prepare speeches, prezi/powerpoint's. Take all the self reflection quiz's you can, these help you discover yourself from the inside out on different levels which will give you a better understanding of who you are and what type of employee you will be. The quizzes help you to spot problem areas and lead to improvement.

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