Last Update: 8/2021
Duration: 1h 35m | Video: .MP4, 1280x720 30 fps | Audio: AAC, 44.1 kHz, 2ch | Size: 369 MB
Genre: eLearning | Language: English
Be more mindful of how you connect with people and focus on strengthening your interpersonal connections.
What you'll learn:
Increasing your understanding of the social skills required to build and maintain effective interpersonal relationships
Social Skills: What Are They
Social skills are somes known as people skills, soft skills, or life skills.
We must talk and engage with other people daily, if not hourly, and somes even more often. Social skills ease these encounters, making them more fluid and enjoyable for all parties involved. They enable us to form stronger and more enduring relationships.
Social skills are, without a doubt, the cornerstone for long-term success. People with good social skills are more likely to work successfully with others, formally and informally, in teams or groups. They successfully interact with others, whether it's family, friends, coworkers, customers, or clients. They also have stronger home and professional connections.
Social skills are the tools we apply daily while communicating and interacting with others, both individually and in groups. They cover a wide variety of capabilities, notably communication skills like good listening and speaking. They also involve the capacity to manage and control one's emotions.
By being more mindful of how you connect with people and practising your capabilities, you can strengthen your social skills.
This course will provide you with an overview of social skills, including developing and applying them. It describes why these skills are crucial. Finally, it explains how you may b to improve your social skills.
Who this course is for:
Managers and senior managers who want to develop their self-awareness and interpersonal interactions in order to perform more successfully to maintain high-quality professional relationships.
Students thinking of following a career in Psychology
Anyone wanting to develop their self-awareness and interpersonal interactions.