To the uninitiated observer, a well-run meeting seems almost effortless, but the result of this does not just happen, it emanates from significant communication skills. Describe the 4 phases of conducting effective meetings.
“As technical language characteristically consists of acronyms and long, hard words, it contributes to miscommunication. Thus, it should be avoided in all business communication”. Describe this statement.
(a) describe the reasons for keeping meeting discussions ‘on track’.
(b) State the stages related to keeping these meeting discussions ‘on track’.
(a) Describe the differentiation between informative and persuasive presentations.
(b) Outline the strategies for each of such kinds of presentations.