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Course data sheet

Communicating Strategically
HF393S (4320)
This course is designed to assist individuals in communicating
HPE course number HF393S
more effectively with others using targeted strategic-thinking
Course length 2 days
practices, which include thinking conceptually, imaginatively,
Delivery mode ILT
systematically, and opportunistically in light of current and
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participants will be able to think through the context in which
a strategically focused message is disseminated, highlight the
ways in which these practices can be used to influence others
through a variety of communication channels, and develop
the skills to look beyond what is evident to them. By exploring
the desired outcome, audience, channel, and design of a
Why HPE Education Services?
communication, participants will learn how to design and
• IDC MarketScape leader 4 years running deliver effective, strategically focused messages that are
for IT education and training*
• Recognized by IDC for leading with global
applicable to their own workplace situations. Additionally,
coverage, unmatched technical expertise, participants will ascertain how context influences each of
and targeted education consulting
services* these components in turn, thereby strengthening their
• Key partnerships with industry leaders overall intended message.
OpenStack®, VMware®, Linux®, Microsoft®,
ITIL, PMI, CSA, and (ISC)2
• Complete continuum of training delivery Course objectives • Choose the appropriate channels for
options—self-paced eLearning, custom effective delivery and receipt of a
education consulting, traditional strategically focused message
• Consider the context of a strategically
classroom, video on-demand instruction,
live virtual instructor-led with hands-on focused message • Design a strategically focused message
lab, dedicated onsite training that is comprehensible, credible, and
• Define the desired outcome of a
• Simplified purchase option with strategically focused message relevant to a target audience
HPE Training Credits
• Apply knowledge of the intended • Demonstrate the ability to apply strategic
audience to create a strategically thinking and communication approaches
focused message to new situations

*Realize Technology Value with Training, IDC


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Course data sheet

Detailed course outline


Module 1: Communicating with a big picture view • Workplace communication fundamentals
• Understanding the power of strategic thinking
• Communicating strategically
Module 2: Achieving the desired outcome • Thinking about outcomes
• Considering context when determining your desired outcome
Module 3: Understanding your audience • Who is your target audience?
• Considering context when identifying your audience
Module 4: Choosing your channel • Communication channels
• Determining your communication channel
• Considering context when determining your communication channel
Module 5: Designing your message • Getting your message across
Module 6: Communicating strategically in practice • Applying the skills of an effective communicator

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