• Matthew Coppola

How to address the selection criteria on communication and interpersonal skills



Displaying good communication is essential in the workplace. Often issues arise because of poor communication.

If people at work don't communicate well, then things can go wrong. The right message does not get across. People can get upset at each other because of how someone said something to them and what they said.

Work needs communication to get things done. Interpersonal communication is how you use your verbal and non-verbal cues to exchange information with someone.

When responding to a selection criteria on communication and interpersonal skills, perhaps talk about a time when you had to communicate an idea to a range of target audiences. Explain the methods you used and why. You could also talk about a time when you had to be persuasive and ‘sell’ your idea to a person or group of people.

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