Effective communication is the life blood of every organization and a key to success in our business career and our personal life.

Effective business communication is an immense need of individuals as well as organizations. In order to make an individual or collective success, one needs to build excellent business communication skills. Communication is especially important if employees of a company are to work as a team towards the same goal. There are many reasons why good communication skills are vital when it comes to running a successful company.

We evidence number of people around us who lack from basic communication skills and even are afraid of writing a simple email. This is noticeable that interaction among employees of the company builds an efficient team. The team members must be able to communicate well with each other that is involved in the business in order to achieve shared goals.

Effective communication skills ensure the efficiency of business processes, service quality, superior image of the company, and sustainable customer relationship.

The communication specialists at Solutionerz Group offer comprehensive training programs for individuals and organizations to meet their day to day communication needs. They have designed easy to understand contents and deliver them with such a convenient pedagogy which brings remarkable changes in an individual’s profession.

What the program is about?

The program is about:

  • Your relationship with your superiors, peers, and subordinates
  • Verbal & non-verbal communication
  • Informative and persuasive presentations
  • Exchange of information in form of plans, ideas, analysis, meetings, and research
  • Business letters, proposals, reports, memos, and advertisements

Why this program is required?

You should join the program:

  • If you are facing communication barriers in your professional life
  • If you are reluctant in writing drafts
  • If you are hesitant in business presentations
  • If you are not being picked by employers
  • If your professional career has become stagnant
  • If you are not being promoted within your organization
  • If you are unable to switch your job in your desired organization

Who should attend?

You should attend if you are a(an):

  • Fresh employee
  • Fresh graduate
  • Mid-career professional
  • Entrepreneur

How will you improve your communication skills?

We will make you an Effective Business Communicator through:

  • Work sheet activities
  • Panel discussions
  • Observations
  • Case studies
  • Debates
  • Role playing
  • Individual projects

Career Prospects

After completing this program the participants are expected to be the “Master” of:

  • Verbal & non-verbal communication
  • Internal and external correspondence
  • Business presentations
  • Public speaking
  • Business development
  • Marketing reinforcements
  • Developing argumentative and persuasive messages


The program is offered with a flexible timeline for all participants. It is spread on five weeks where each week carries an independent module of business communication.

The program helps participants understanding reading comprehension using visual strategies for developing cognitive/critical thinking. It also focuses on learning the techniques for reading effectively by critically analyzing a text, locating, extracting and synthesizing the required information from different types of the written discourse. It develops professional skills to create content in form of business letters, emails, memorandums, magazines, brochures, and flyers according to organizational structure and need of the day. The program also enables the participants comprehending appropriate techniques for better display of ideas, professional reports, and persuasive writing.

The program further accelerates presentation skills through participants’ formal/informal presentations and role play, response to written and visual information through QA sessions, engagement in argumentative group discussions etc. The audience is taught and well trained in mentioned modules by using variety of texts (short stories, case studies from corporate sector, contemporary newspaper and magazine articles, and documentaries) with particular emphasis on grammar and everyday vocabulary.