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Learner Reviews & Feedback for Strengthening Your Widening Network by National University of Singapore

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About the Course

In this course, you will learn strategies not only on how to communicate effectively but also how to strengthen your relationships with co-workers and other stakeholders from diverse cultural backgrounds, both inside and beyond the organisation. In particular, "Strengthening your widening network" aims to equip you with a workplace discourse that facilitates familiarity with practices in the working environment and to help you appreciate the complexities inherent in the organisational structure and hierarchy. You will learn to write effective emails demonstrating a keen awareness of your audience and the 7 communication principles. In addition, you will learn to voice your views and assert your position at various communication contexts such as formal meetings and work-related discussions. By the end of the course, you should demonstrate a greater communicative and linguistic competence, with a better grasp of interpersonal and intercultural communication in a globalised workplace....

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Feb 3, 2021

The course is manageable.I would like to thank the friendly students and staff. The NUS network is a good to be part of.Happy Lunar new year and thanks.


Sep 13, 2020

Excellent contents and very well explained. Very useful and helpful. Thank you.

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By Sainath K

Jul 7, 2016

Good course with details on certain topics. It will be better if we could have the slides presented for download for future reference. The amount of time the slides are show at times is insufficient to copy down all the notes.


May 24, 2020

It was a great time exploring this course. Though there were some glitches but over all it was an amazing experience.

By Zainab A Q

Jul 13, 2017

worth the shot

By Akrati S

Apr 1, 2016

I liked the course very much, but it is brief. I think it will help us more if some topics are explained in detail.

By Thomas M

Dec 21, 2016

A bit too basic