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Congratulations on finishing this course, Influencing and Communication Skills for Managers by the University of Law. We really hope you have enjoyed the course and that it has answered a lot of questions that you had about communicating and influencing in the workplace. We’ve covered a lot these past three weeks. We’ve had the opportunity to explore how managers communicate effectively. You first gained an understanding of the meaning of communication, the different types of verbal and nonverbal communication, and the communication process. Managers must master communication in order to ensure that organizational goals are met. By communicating effectively, they are able to influence the behavior of employees and external stakeholders.
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It is important to understand the importance of communication and influence as it plays a significant role both in our personal and our professional lives. If you would like to learn more about the subject, then please do use the links provided in this course to do additional research. I would also recommend having a go at other communication and influence related courses here on Future Learn. Finally, please do feel free to have a look at the University of Law’s website or book onto an open day to find out more about the courses that we offer. If you’re interested in studying with us, you can register your interest.
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Thank you again for engaging with this course, and good luck with your journey into the world of communicating and influence.

Congratulations on finishing this course, Influencing and Communication Skills for Managers by the University of Law.

We really hope you have enjoyed the course and that it has answered a lot of question that you had about communicating and influencing in the workplace. We’ve covered a lot these past three weeks. You had the opportunity to explore how managers communicate effectively. You first gained an understanding of the meaning of communication, the different types of verbal and nonverbal communication and the communication process. Managers must master communication in order to ensure that organisational goals are met. By communicating effectively, they are able to influence the behaviour of employees and external stakeholoders.

It is important to understand the importance of communication and influence, as it plays a significant role both in our personal and our professional lives. If you would like to learn more about the subject, then please do use the links provided in this course to do additional research. I would also recommend having a go at other communication and influence related courses here on FutureLearn.

And finally, please do feel free to have a look at The University of Law Business School’s website or book onto an open day to find out more about the courses we offer! If you’re interested in studying with us you can register your interest. Thank you again for engaging with this course. And good luck on your journey into the world of communication and influence!

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