In this video you get to practice figuring out people's learning styles, practicing the breakdown of a process, and putting the what, why, and how formula in action.
- Here are three different activities…to help you become a better teacher in your job.…To learn about learning styles,…here's our learning style exercise.…Pick three to four coworkers to teach…how to make your favorite meal.…Find out how they process information first.…Ask each, do you need to see a picture of the final product,…do you prefer a step by step recipe,…do you need a list of ingredients first.…From this information, identify the big picture people,…and the step by step people.…
How would you teach each group how to cook the meal.…Make a list of your instructions.…Share it with them and get their feedback.…In our second activity,…you can work on breaking down a process.…Now, think of a process that your team members do often.…List all of the steps that need to happen…from start to finish.…Break that list into separate buckets.…Is there a before, during, and after?…Is there a in the office, from home, and on site bucket?…Consider visual supports you can provide…with your instructions.…
For example, when this is done correctly,…
- Recall the four pillars of a business scenario.
- Explore the term 'people' in the context of a communication scenario.
- Recall how the Think, Feel, Do model applies to a communication scenario.
- Identify the parts of the message in a communication scenario.
- Recognize the 'channel' in a communication scenario.
- Apply the importance of context in a communication event.
- Review the most important components of listening.
Skill Level Beginner
Organization Communicationwith Brenda Bailey-Hughes1h 20m Intermediate
1. The Four Communication Building Blocks
2. Communication for Common Situations
3. Communication for Challenging Situations
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