The ability to communicate effectively through speaking is highly valued in business and social contexts. Oral communication, within an organization may include ** staff meetings, business meetings, and other face-to-face meetings, public presentations such as speeches, lectures and conferences.
Verbal communication describes any type of interaction between individuals which makes use of words and involves speaking and listening. In oral communication, the sender and receiver exchange their thoughts or ideas verbally either face-to-face discussion or through any mechanical or electrical device like telephone or Skype. Oral communication is effective when it is clear, precise, relevant, informative and adapted to the needs of the listener.
How participants will benefit after course:
After finishing the course, the participants should be able to overcome their hesitations and be confident in talking privately or publically. It is because the lessons included are based on practical needs of the speaker and listener. They must have been familiar with how to speak fluently and precisely. The skill they would have can be used in personal, social and business situations.