Saying Is Right Course in Singapore
Saying Is Right Course in Singapore
Language is powerful. The way you deliver the message can affect the meaning understood by the audience whether it is in written form or to communicate orally. Conveying bad news doesn’t have to sound as harsh. By using positive language, it will come across as assertive and constructive, rather than abrasive, hostile or confrontational towards the receiving end. It can minimize conflict, improve communication skills, reduce the wariness in others and help portray the speaker or writer as credible and respectable.
Speakers have the opinion to voice both positive and negative statements that convey the same meaning. For instance, “come to the office on time” and “do not come to the office late” both deliver similar messages. The connotation behind the former is much obstinate than the latter. Although initially, a phrase slanted in both a negative and positive light would appear to have the same influence, according to business consultant Sarah Simoneaux, listeners comprehend the positive statement 30-40% times faster than the negative one.
Less is experience in words than in the expression, tone and, emotion communicated by the speaker. These verbal skills come naturally, on the other hand, developing effective written communication skills can take years and more training. The manuscript must be kept simple and use positive language. Simply put, using certain words can differ the meaning or complicate the sentence.
Some people have the habit of repeating the same negative words and phrases. When a person hears, reads, or speaks a phrase numerous times, the stronger they can remember it. The human brain learns through repetition, therefore, the more a person understands negatively, they, themselves, become pessimistic.
To avoid this situation, follow these six steps to using positive language, according to Aileen Uy. First, express gratitude instead of promoting blame. Through this, it reveals more of the appreciation to others. Second, need versus want. People look forward to what they desire and excite about what they want over the obligation that is required to do. Third, affirmative versus negative. Affirmative statements can present as being less defensive, promoting a more positive outlook. Fourth, can versus will. The word “can” is associated with ability, on the other hand, using “will” demonstrates a softer request. Fifth, shaming versus praising. Re-frame statements to provide praise versus shame can influence your thoughts, feelings, and behavior. Lastly, to versus for. Turning the dial from break-down to break-through starts with creating tiny shifts to inspire a different perspective of the worst-case situations.
This Saying Is Right workshop is ideal for anyone who would like to gain a strong grasp and improve their Saying Is Right.
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The ideal group size for this Saying Is Right course is:
Minimum: 5 Participants
Maximum: 15 Participants
The duration of this Saying Is Right workshop is 1 full day. Knowles Training Institute will also be able to contextualised this workshop according to different durations; 2 full days, 1 day, half day, 90 minutes and 60 minutes.
1 Full Day
9 a.m to 5 p.m
Below is the list of course benefits of our Saying Is Right course
- Bigger chances of approval especially in project proposals.
- Learn proper manners in the language such as being polite and respectful to others.
- Become more positive and confident.
- Rid of habits that can cause negative results.
- Avoid unnecessary and undesired conflicts and confrontations.
- Be professional.
- Be an influential person.
- Identify words or phrases that present the meaning negatively.
- List these words or phrases and replace them with its contradicting definition.
- Recognize the effects of the listed words or phrases.
- Interpret negative and positive meanings in language.
- Explain the influence of positivity.
- Paraphrase negative statements to affirmative sentences.
- Discuss the difference between the two.
- Give examples of assertive sentences.
- Use positive language in real-life situations.
- Demonstrate proper mannerism in language.
- Perform in meetings and other business events better.
- Present optimism and confidence.
- Turning negative phrases to positive.
- What is positive language?
- How can affirmative statements affect our lives?
- Positive versus negative.
- Tips on how to sound optimistic.
- Tips on how to become positive.
- Simplicity and positivity key to effective writing.
- Optimistic and pessimistic people.
- Positivity at work.
- Negative and positive language.
Each participant will receive the following materials for the Saying Is Right course
Saying Is Right Learner’s Guide
Saying Is Right Key Takeaways Notes
Saying Is Right Essentials Ebook
Saying Is Right Course Handouts
Saying Is Right 30-Day Action Plan
Saying Is Right MindMaps Pack
Saying Is Right PPT Slides Used During Course
Saying Is Right Long-Term Memory Flashcards Pack
Saying Is Right E-Learning Course
Saying Is Right Online Video Course
Saying Is Right Essentials Audiobook
Saying Is Right Infographics Pack
Each course participant will receive a certification of training completion
There are 3 pricing options available for this Saying Is Right training course. Course participants not in Singapore may choose to sign up for our online Saying Is Right training course.
We have the following discounts, fundings & subsidies for this Saying Is Right training course
Knowles Training Institute, 15 Changi Business Park Crescent, #05-06, Haite Building, Singapore 486006
Nearest Mrt Station: Singapore Expo MRT Station, Upper Changi MRT Station
Bus: Free Shuttle Bus from Changi City Point at 10 minutes Frequency
Drive: Ample of Parking Available. Quick Access to PIE, ECP & TPE
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Phone: +65 6817 2530
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