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Formation of interpersonal, group and organizational communications skills of future economists
1 Kerch State Maritime Technological University, 82 Ordzhonikidze st., Kerch, 298309, Russia
2 Sevastopol State University, 33 University st., Sevastopol, 99000, Russia
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The purpose of the research is an identification, theoretical justification and experimental verification of pedagogical technologies that contribute to the efficiency of future specialist’s professional and communicative skills formation as well as a role justification of socio-psychological qualities in the effectiveness of the process of communicative interaction in order to determine the main indicators of readiness for communicative interpersonal and group interaction. The object of our study is interpersonal, group and organizational communications skills and the subject of this one is characteristic of communicative interaction indicators. The following paper draws on material of different psychological researches and educational normative documents. The analysis of Federal State Educational Standard of Higher Education in the directions of training 38.03.01 Economy (a bachelor degree) was provided which showed that interpersonal communication skills possession is one of necessary competence nowadays. The authors emphasized that it is important to take into consideration socio-psychological qualities of future economists as a basics of their professionalism. Scientific and methodological recommendations and conclusions are obtained based on a theoretical analysis of the socio-psychological qualities of economists that provide the efficiency of the formation process of future economists’ communicative interaction in the context of professional training.
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