Interpersonal Skills Training Boosts Your Ability to Listen, Negotiate and Collaborate
Without adequate interpersonal skills, you are unlikely to get far in your career regardless of other professional talents. The ability to listen, negotiate and work as a member of a team are all skills employers increasingly look for when hiring and promoting, as they are often accurate predictors of an employee’s future success.
While some people are naturally blessed with interpersonal abilities, anyone can learn to improve their ‘soft skills’ through training and practice. If you want to get ahead in your career, invest in online interpersonal skills courses. You can learn how to build strong relationships with coworkers, work off feedback, strengthen your personal network and increase your emotional intelligence. Managers interested in improving morale and overall productivity should also consider investing in these courses to strengthen their ability to build trust and serve as effective leaders in the workplace.
eLeaP recommends the following Interpersonal skills training courses:
- Anyone Can Be An Ally: Speaking up for an LGBT Inclusive Workplace
- Leverage the Power of Generations
- Please Respect My Generation!
- The Respectful Workplace: Redefining Workplace Violence, Managing Harmony
- The Power of Teamwork: Inspired By The Blue Angels Flight Demonstration Team
- The Seven Keys to a Positive Mental Attitude
- What to Say When: A Co-Worker Has an Embarrassing Problem
- What to Say When: A Co-Worker is Negative
- What to Say When: A Co-Worker is Too Social
- What to Say When: A Team Member is Late
- What to Say When: Conducting Interviews and Appraisals
- What to Say When: Criticizing a Team Member’s Work
- What to Say When: Employee Collection
- What to Say When: Generations Clash
- What to Say When: Haunted by the Ghost of Your Predecessor
- What to Say When: It’s Someone Else’s Fault
- What to Say When: Manager Collection
- What to Say When: People are Wasting Time Online
- What to Say When: Setting Objectives
- What to Say When: Someone Breaks a Commitment