Mastering Technical Communication Skills: A Student’s Handbook

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Download Mastering Technical Communication Skills: A Student’s Handbook written by Peter Wide in PDF format. This book is under the category Communication and bearing the isbn/isbn13 number 9814364673; 1315359278/9789814364676/ 9781315359274. You may reffer the table below for additional details of the book.

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Specifications

book-author

Peter Wide

publisher

Pan Stanford; 1st edition

file-type

PDF

pages

108 pages

language

English

asin

B06XWFKJ5F

isbn10

9814364673; 1315359278

isbn13

9789814364676/ 9781315359274


Book Description

To live is to communicate; and to communicate with confidence is a craft that one will do well to master early rather than later in life. If only the gift of the gab were enough to sail smoothly through the rough waters that the tough world is teeming with; every glib conversationalist would have a successful vocation; but that’s not the case. The means of communication come naturally to human beings; but the skills that make communicating worthwhile and meaningful do not. Thankfully; anyone who wishes to can learn—and even perfect—these skills.

This concise handbook; Mastering Technical Communication Skills: A Student’s Handbook; focuses on the ways in which college students can develop a robust career after completing their academic studies. The foundational work of nurturing and strengthening individual abilities begins during university life; but these skills need to be complemented with strategies that help the student turned professional to not only interact well with society but also earn its respect through precise; clear; and honest communication. Talent needs to be matched with competence; and the book shows exactly how one goes about doing that. It spells out the ingredients of a sound and strategic action plan that definitively aligns one’s goals with one’s aspirations; no matter how lofty. This plan has to be closely related to the conditions; choices; and possibilities that will be available for the kind of education and experience that individuals have and the aspirations they harbor.

Students entering high school or university can use the ebook to review the necessary courses to choose during their academic life. Young people will find solid guidelines in it that provide a structure for planning and focusing on the skills needed when one embarks upon a fulfilling career.

Additional information

book-author

Peter Wide

publisher

Pan Stanford; 1st edition

file-type

PDF

pages

108 pages

language

English

asin

B06XWFKJ5F

isbn10

9814364673; 1315359278

isbn13

9789814364676/ 9781315359274

Table of contents


Table of contents :
Cover……Page 1
Half Title……Page 2
Title Page……Page 4
Copyright Page……Page 5
Table of Contents……Page 6
Preface……Page 8
1: Introduction: The Remaining Period of Your Life……Page 12
2: The First Meeting with a Presumptive Employer……Page 20
2.1 The Job Announcement……Page 21
2.2 The First Interview……Page 25
2.3 The Employer’s Agenda……Page 28
3: Why a Student Should be Prepared……Page 34
3.1 The Process of Being Prepared……Page 40
3.2 The Vision……Page 42
3.3 The Goal……Page 45
3.4 The Concept……Page 46
4: Skills: What a Student Should Know……Page 50
4.1 Technology-Based Impressions……Page 51
4.2 Technology Skills and History……Page 53
4.3 Technological Breakthrough……Page 55
4.4 Broadening of Your Knowledge……Page 56
4.5 The Use of Knowledge……Page 57
5.1 Time as a Physical Property……Page 60
5.2 Scheduling of Time……Page 63
5.3 Time in Business……Page 64
5.4 Time Management……Page 67
6: Technical Communication by Mastering Language: Essential Knowledge for a Student……Page 72
6.2 The Spoken Language……Page 75
6.3 The Listening Language……Page 77
6.5 The Written Language……Page 78
7.1 Presentation……Page 82
7.1.1 Visual Presentation……Page 84
7.1.1.2 The computational presentation……Page 85
7.1.3 Auditory Aspects……Page 87
7.2 Person-to-Person Communication……Page 88
7.2.1 The Fast Presentation……Page 89
7.3 Body Language……Page 92
7.4 Aim of a Presentation……Page 93
8.1 How to Communicate Personality……Page 96
8.2 Personal Dynamics……Page 101
8.3 Social Behavior……Page 103
8.4 The Personal Brand……Page 104
9: Future Aspects: The Time a Student Is Active……Page 108
9.1 The World When You Will Retire……Page 109
9.2 Your Place in the Development Phase……Page 111
9.3 Taking Care of Yourself……Page 112
Index……Page 114

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