Course Format:



1 week


2 hours



What will you learn in the course?

  • Expectations from a participant in a Group Discussion
  • How to participate actively in a Group Discussion
  • Effective phrases to use in a Group Discussion
  • Dos and don’ts of Group Discussion
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Features Include

What is a Group Discussion?

A Group Discussion is a conversation between a group of people on a particular subject

The process of discussing knowledge between people is known as Group Discussion

A Group Discussion is commonly included in the selection process of organisations and educational institutions

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Your ability to participate effectively in a group discussion depends greatly on your ability to keep your composure and speak clearly. You will have a better understanding of the value of a group discussion during interviews with the help of this course. How you communicate your ideas and express yourself in a group discussion is crucial. Your actions, body language, and words in a group discussion will affect the outcome. You will learn the appropriate phrases which will prove to be helpful to put forward your point of view when you participate in a group discussion.

Successful Enhancement

Of soft skills can be achieved using Group Discussions (Source: International Journal of Research)


Of employers term soft skills as a very crucial factor in hiring decisions (Source: Wonderlic)


Of job success comes from excellent soft and people skills (Source: National Soft Skills Association)

Program for you

Is the programme for you?

Stand Out in Group Discussions Course is a smart way to achieve the growth you seek in your career, especially if you are:

  • A graduate or postgraduate student, wanting to learn this skill
  • A jobseeker or working professional, seeking for a change of job or better prospects within the organisation

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