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edX: Business Communications

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30 hour 30 hours
Beginner
English
Course teacher: Marlisse Silver Sweeney

What are you going to get

Learn to convey ideas with precision, influence stakeholders, and foster strong professional relationships.

Discover how to identify opportunities, make informed decisions, and stay ahead in today's dynamic business landscape.

Enhance your public speaking abilities and gain confidence in articulating your ideas.

Strengthen your ability to connect and collaborate effectively with colleagues, clients, and partners.


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Course description

You will learn strategies for honing your communication style, improving clarity, conciseness and impact. By the end of the course, you will be able to think strategically about all forms of communication, and communicate with diverse audiences.

The number 1 reason people take this program

The number one reason people take this course is to enhance their professional communication skills. By improving their communication skills, participants can boost their confidence in articulating ideas, influence stakeholders, and build strong professional relationships. These valuable competencies make graduates of the course more appealing to employers, helping them stand out in a competitive job market and increasing their chances of career advancement.

Most heard feedback on this program

"This course exceeded my expectations in multiple ways. The curriculum offered a comprehensive approach to honing crucial communication skills, enabling me to articulate my ideas more clearly in professional settings and it provided me with the tools to analyze complex business challenges and make informed decisions that positively influenced our organization's outcomes."

About the instructor

Marlisse Silver Sweeney

Marlisse is a lecturer in the Law and Business Communications group at the UBC Sauder School of Business. She completed her BFA and JD at UBC, followed by her MS from Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism. She was called to the Bar of British Columbia in 2012 and is a non-practicing lawyer. Marlisse is a freelance journalist, while also teaching top-rated business communication courses at UBC. Her writing has been published throughout North America, including in The Atlantic, The Globe and Mail, The Columbia Journalism Review, Ars Technica, Public Radio International, Salon, The Daily Beast and American Lawyer Magazine.

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Beginner
English
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