Oral Communication - Community College of Vermont
Oral communication in the 21st century includes verbal and nonverbal communication. An effective oral communicator can speak with clarity and precision in formal and informal contexts. Effective communicators exhibit four core sub-competencies: use stories to communicate ideas; they are aware of their audience and use the appropriate tone and word choice. They are also active listeners who can "hear" both what is said and what is not said and can use body language effectively.Additional Details
The recipient of this badge has a strong understanding of oral communication and its applications in the workplace.
The recipient of this badge has successfully applied their oral communication skills, and the associated sub-competencies in a professional environment.
The recipient of this badge has exhibited their oral communication skills through a series of performance-based assessments grounded in workplace scenarios.