Logical & Effective Communication: Cogent Communication Techniques
Skills that enable people to think and speak logically and clearly are increasingly important for business people in today’s fast-changing, ethnically-diverse marketplace.
In the past, when we spoke about ”logical skills”, we were referring to skills crucial for creating business and marketing strategies – necessary primarily for members of senior management. However, with the rapid pace of change and globalization, and even more rapid market developments, it’s clear that to conduct business successfully, we must deal effectively with people of different cultures. Also, as new generations take their place in business and society, it’s essential that everyone’s way of thinking becomes more diverse and adaptable than in the past. This is why logical skills are now indispensable, not only for the top echelons of management ーbut for all of us.
In this course, no matter who you are or what your situation, you will learn how to organize your thoughts logically, communicate your ideas appropriately, and discover the best way to convince others of your viewpoint. Gain the critical thinking skills that will completely and permanently change the way you do business.
- 132,000 yen (inc.tax)
- Quintegral Faculty
- 2 days
- PDU Leadership: 14.0
Select date & time
How You Will Benefit
- • Learn the ropes of restoring order to disorganized stories, and straightening out illogical thinking
- • Study effective tools for thinking logically, and use them to sharpen your thinking skills
- • Be able to distinguish presumption from fact in confusing conversations
- • Learn skills to speak concretely and logically in order to convince others of your viewpoint
- • Learn effective questioning skills that make others organize their thoughts and speak logically
Who Should Attend
- All business professionals who would like to improve their logical thinking skills.
1. Hear (capture) Logically
• Listening to others
• Distinguish presumptions from facts
• Coordinate others’ stories
2. Think Logically
• What is it like to be “logical”?
• Framework for logic (logic tree)
• MECE (mutually exclusive and collectively exhaustive)
• Some caution points for logical thinking
3. Communicate Logically
• The PRES model
• Effectively convince others
4. Extract Logically
• Questioning skills
• Effective Open Questions
5. Final Exercise
Prerequisite / Pre-Assignment