On Day Two, you will be communicating a form of work instruction to others. The instruction might be something Coffs Harbour Bypass related, or something personal you would like to teach. For example, it might be how to complete a risk assessment, conduct an inspection, adhere to a policy or procedure, create a PowerPoint presentation, use any tool of the trade, make a famous sandwich, knit, draw or even braid hair.
The instruction is not important; what’s important is a demonstration of clear, impactful communication – all things we have discussed on Day One.
Your small group communication must include you developing and using props or materials, i.e., something physical to help visually demonstrate your point – remember, communication is not just words.
Your small group communication will be to no more than 3-4 people and is to last no longer than five minutes.