More mistakes are made in human relations than in actual functional or technical skills.
It is your soft skills that will prove to be the reliable weapon in your arsenal, complementing your occupational skills to determine your ability to get a job, get a promotion or a substantial pay hike, or get that big business deal.
Long ignored in favour of the hard functional skills, today, academic institutions and organizations alike are focusing on soft skills.
What are Soft Skills?
Soft skills are apparent in your behaviour and they have a great effect on how well you get along with others, convince others of your views, negotiate successfully and lead teams and companies effectively.
Realising this fact, organizations are encouraging their employees to enhance their soft skills through programs from in-house executives as well as external consultants.
Educational institutions, including schools, colleges and institutions of higher education are including soft skills within their curriculum.
A classic line of feedback from many of our senior level clients has been ‘I wish we were taught all this when we were younger”.
List Of Topics:
Team Management and Motivation
Smart Time Management
Emotional Intelligence and Empathy
Cross Cultural Sensitivity
Business Etiquette Essentials
Dining Etiquette and Practical