Gujarat Global News Network, Ahmedabad
The biggest problem a business company faces is the lack of communication skills of its staff. Based on this fact a US based company of a Gujarati has launched e- learning programme to improve business communication skills in 10 hours.
Giving details of the programme MD of LearnEd Tarana Patel says that one hour a day for ten days is the length of the highly interactive programme. Performance of the participant is constantly evaluated which works as motivator, she says.
This cutting-edge business communication program is designed for the corporate world to address specific communication challenges that impact efficiency and growth. To become a globally recognized business, it’s important to develop a global mindset. The first step to take, for that, is to sharpen your team’s communication skills and achieve fluency in how they use English for business. This is why our courses directly address the pressing communication needs of the corporate world to take you there.
With in-depth research and with inputs from CEO’s, HR Executives and Directors, we tackle the most urgent communication needs like being able to talk confidently about yourself and your company, precision writing in emails and regulatory compliance documents, optimizing your meetings and also addressing soft skills like time management and interpersonal skills.
Business teams in our programs are on-boarded to our online platform where they watch instructional videos, engage in activities and quizzes, produce their own videos as practice and share it on our platform. Our USP is the personalized feedback that our internationally trained coaches give to each participant individually. As our programs are all online, they are self-paced learning experiences but with the added benefit of being interactive with the facilitators and collaborative with fellow participants to promote teamwork.
She says that the business model of the company is BtoB means it deals with companies and not individuals.
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