communicate effectively

communicate effectively

verb broadcast, clarify, communicate, convey, decipher, decode, define, deliver, demonstrate, demystify, descramble, disambiguate, disseminate, elucidate, enlighten, enunciate, explain, explain in plain language, explicate, get across, get through to, impart, make crystal clear, particularize, simplify, spell out, tell
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MOST people in Wales believe pupils should leave school able to communicate effectively in Welsh, according to an opinion poll today.
How To Communicate Effectively At Work" is a compilation of apply-it-yourself skills for communicating effectively with customers, clients, co-workers, and bosses regardless of gender, cultural, or generational differences.
It will discuss how to meet stakeholder expectations and communicate effectively, relative to constraints and DoD guidance.
If a communicator is writing a newsletter, if a CEO is making a speech, if a spokesperson is talking to the media, if an emergency responder is communicating during a crisis, if an analyst is addressing stock prices, if a nurse or doctor is talking to a patient, each of them has a responsibility to communicate effectively.
Parents and teens share their problems and learn how to communicate effectively with each other.
Yet obstacles to such integrated systems remain, among them the loss of geographic flexibility and service ubiquity and the inability of disparate systems to communicate effectively.
034, n=509); 2) "I was able to communicate effectively with fellow students in this course.
Business Case Analysis: Examples, Concepts & Technique is a superb resource and primer for conducting an analysis to help one promote the need for one's office to get its fair share of funding, and communicate effectively just what resources are most needed and how.
It is imperative in this fast paced market, that today's Real Estate Agent and Mortgage Lender understand and quickly evaluate finance options, qualify buyers and communicate effectively the terms and alternatives for financing our Success Kits provide the curriculum and calculators that support the accomplishment of those goals," Alexander concluded.
Those who present before a jury have a duty to communicate effectively, honestly, and with respectful deference.
In addition, health care providers may not communicate effectively with individuals with limited levels of literacy.
Intelligent -- often brilliant -- individuals who are able to communicate effectively one-on-one, but fall flat when speaking to groups.