Writing: ability to maximize the potential of a particular writing form, whether email or executive summary, with attention to sentence and paragraph structure as well as grammar and spelling.
Reflection: ability to think critically about the communication, whether writing or presenting, and deduce opportunities for improvement.
Processing Information: ability to seek credible sources to enhance and integrate with one’s own points in communication and provide the correct citations
Presentation: ability to delivery a clear and effective pitch of oneself or a topic using the appropriate tools with attention to the expectations of the audience.
Collaboration: ability to negotiate roles in a team so that the resulting process and product meets the learning outcomes.
Time management: ability to plan and organize an opportunity for communication, overcoming hurdles if need be, so that the result maximizes its effect on the audience.