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Business Report Writing Course

Get the edge with a comprehensive report writing training course. At Preferred Training Networks, we will assist you with writing business reports that make an impact. Improve internal and external reports with critical business report writing skills. A truly unique report writing course. To produce professional reports that people want to read, your business reports mus Read more....

Critical Conversations

Don't just muddle through critical workplace disputes. When critical workplace issues arise, you need to get the right people together and act swiftly and methodically. Avoiding critical workplace conversations is unproductive Plan of action At some stage we all have to engage in a conversation that can be both difficult and controversial. 'How to have critical conversations' is a program desig Read more....

Working Across Communication Silos

Communication silos can cause problems in large organisations. These communication silos can feed off each other and promote distrust and egocentric behaviours. This program focuses upon strategies to work across communication silos in your organisation. This program shows you how to communicate to these silos and integrate your people and processes and streamline your communications. Does your Read more....

Communication Skills for Business

The main objective of communication skills training is to help effectively get your message across to other people. The process of communication can only be successful when both the sender and the receiver perceive the message in the same way. Many professionals struggle to communicate their ideas and thoughts effectively both in verbal and written format. Lack of clear communication can cause mis Read more....

Email Writing Skills Training And Etiquette

You can improve on your email writing skills. Preferred Training Networks is here to assist you. This program is designed to help your people avoid making common errors when writing internal and external emails. Minimise your liability and risk by learning netiquette skills Most people and organisations have simply no idea how much risk and liability surrounds sending and receiving emails. What Read more....

Telephone Skills Training Course

Currently the internet and the telephone are the main functions people use to buy and sell goods and services. Why do people generally prefer to speak to someone? This is because usually they get reassured by the voice at the other end. Discover new ways to influence potential buyers and understand the psychology of buyer behaviour over the phone. Ask yourself the following about your telephone s Read more....

Breaking Down Communication Silos

In times of economic uncertainty, you need accurate information quickly. Communication silos are a major problem. These silos feed off each other and promote distrust and egocentric behaviours. This program focuses upon strategies to break down communication silos in your organisation. This program shows you how to level these silos and integrate your people and processes and streamline your comm Read more....

Networking Skills Course

It's often said that it's not what you know but who you know that's important? Do you network for work or socially? Would relaxing and enjoying new people's company improve your networking strategy? Have you ever found yourself remembering a face but not the name? How do you get beyond the small talk and qualify the other person. Did you know? Almost everybody is interesting if you know the r Read more....

Trial By Presentation

Learn to communicate and present a clearer message when representing your organisation in formal settings such as court, tribunals and hearings. In these sterile environments, there can be strict guidelines about the presentation of information, a focus on facts and a formal procedures which can be intimidating and stressful for those presenting. So imagine the difference if your people could kee Read more....

Presentation Training Course

Effective presenters make the craft look simple. They quickly and easily demand the attention of an audience.They weave in interesting and relevant illustrations to make their points. They end their presentations clearly, concisely and precisely within the time frame allocated to them. The audience leave with a very clear understanding of what the presenter wants them to think about or do. Somehow Read more....