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Group Discussion & Personal Interview

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Group Discussion & Personal Interview

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Chapter 1

Personal Interview

Powerful communication skills are essential to your success. That’s how you make things happen. It’s how you get results, how you move markets... and how you motivate both your prospects and your staff. It’s critical to effective leadership – to transferring knowledge and vision, inspiring others, and ultimately… driving the bottom line.

The truth is, it takes more than public speaking training or presentation skills to become a great communicator. It takes real work… not in changing who you are, but in becoming more of who you are. It’s a journey that begins when you get better connected to who you are and how the world sees you when you communicate, and quickly moves to your openness to honestly connecting with others. Eventually you move beyond presentations and public speaking and learn to build trust – the foundation of effective leadership in today’s world.

Speakeasy's individually-driven development curriculums, developed over almost forty years or global leadership in the communication training industry, are designed to open you up to the real possibilities that exist for you in the world of powerful connection-based communication. 

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(PI) Personal Interview

Chapter 2

Group Discussion

Students are divided into groups of a certain size - for example, five members. Each student is assigned a specific role and responsibility to carry out during the small-group discussion.

Pay Off:

Students will:

  • all speak in small groups.
  • have specific roles to fulfill, clearly defining their role in the small group.
  • receive positive feedback that is built into the process.
  • participate actively in their learning.

Few Tips and Resources:

Information Circles work on the same principle as Reading Circles*; however, the students are working with non-fiction materials rather than with fiction.When information circles are first introduced, model each role before group work commences.This strategy can be applied to any content area when students are required to read and interpret information. Because of the collaborative nature of the strategy, it is best applied when exploring a problem, question or a controversial issue.Consult your school library for suitable resources to support your curriculum topic.Provide multiple opportunities to consolidate knowledge, to practise and to understand concepts and key ideas.

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(GD) Group Discussion

Group Discussin & Group Excercise

Chapter 3

Written Ability Test

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