Communication is the basis of every good relationship. A-teams that will take your organization from good to great are only possible through excellent relationships. Good communication among team members fosters trust, solves (and even prevents) issues, provides clarity and direction, improves output, and increases involvement by encouraging open conversations.
The communication exam assesses candidates’ abilities to comprehend, utilize, and interpret written communications as well as their verbal communication skills (both in-person and online) while also evaluating their listening skills (both active and passive), interpreting non-verbal signals, and assessing their ability to relate to people. The ability to clarify the next steps, summarize communications effectively, and employ professional communication etiquette are all weighed during the conversation test.
Candidates who pass this assessment can pay attention to others, express themselves confidently and open-mindedly, and provide both empathy and feedback in the appropriate circumstances.
- Understanding and interpreting written communication
- Listening actively and interpreting non-verbal cues
- Clarifying next steps and summarizing messages effectively
- Using professional communication etiquette
- Any role that requires good communication skills
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