In "Engaging in Persuasive and Credible Communication", you will learn the key skill of persuasion, in the context of professional communication in a globalised world.
This course is part of the Effective Communication in the Globalised Workplace Specialization
About this Course
National University of Singapore
A leading global university located in Asia, the National University of Singapore (NUS) is Singapore’s flagship university, and offers a global approach to education and research with a focus on Asian perspectives and expertise. Its transformative education includes a broad-based curriculum underscored by multi-disciplinary courses and cross-faculty enrichment.
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TOP REVIEWS FROM ENGAGING IN PERSUASIVE AND CREDIBLE COMMUNICATION
Highly enlightened from this course understanding the 3 categories of credibility and apply it in practical life to 'persuade' people to realise goals for positive impact purpose.
This is the best course to learn about writing portion and to enhance your knowledge. Writing portion is important in our life and you can learn with the help of good Teacher.
This was a very interesting course. I learn a lot about persuasive writing and communication. I feel confident that I can write myself a cover letter, as well as a biography.
Knowledgeable instructor, and lots of useful examples. This course will help you identify WHAT to write to be seen as credible and persuasive. Highly recommended!
About the Effective Communication in the Globalised Workplace Specialization
In this Specialization aimed for those who are preparing to enter the workplace, we will share with you some key cultural and linguistic features characterizing effective communication in this increasingly diverse and internationalised workplace.
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