Overcoming Language Barriers Over the Phone – WEBINAR


Offered on September 11 & 21

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NOTE:  The content of this webinar has been originally delivered to over 400 participants  sector-wide across Canada, within a  3-hour workshop time frame.   Approximate length is 1 hours and 30 minutes.

In this interactive,  practically-based webinar you will learn how to: · Tell if the caller has a genuine language barrier or merely a heavier accent. · Understand and decipher common distorted pronunciation and grammatical patterns with helpful tips and tricks. · Speak more clearly. · Read numbers and spell using an ESL alphabet. · Tell what tense the caller is speaking. · Guide the caller to obtaining vital information. · Calm distressed callers with three simple words. · Deal with common stressors including impolite and uncooperative callers. ·  Simplify industry terms using clear language .Past participants have included:  9-1-1 call takers,   receptionists, intake workers, crisis centre workers, program coordinators, salespeople and police officers.
This webinar includes an electronic job aid.

Learn more and register at https://www.diversityatworkcommunications.com/events/webinar-overcoming-language-barriers-on-the-phone

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