Soft skills such as listening, presenting ideas, resolving conflict, and team work are increasingly becoming the hard skills of today's work force.
It is just not enough to have qualifications and to be highly trained in technical skills, without developing the softer, interpersonal and relationship-building skills that help people to communicate and collaborate effectively. These people skills are more critical than ever as organisations struggle to find meaningful ways to remain competitive and be productive.
At I_Adjomah Consulting, we develop people skills; maximising business performance.
Soft skills or interpersonal skills offer an organisation many benefits:
People with strong communication skills can build relationships, listen well, and vary their communication to suit the circumstances. They avoid conflict and work towards win-win situations, and enable effective collaboration.
People who are positive and self-motivated need less close supervision. They are good to work with because they are generally positive about life and work. They are flexible and can adapt to change.
Good communication skills, particularly good listening skills, together with an ability to build rapport will go a long way to support your ability to work well in a team.
Good leaders build effective teams. They improve creativity, efficiency and productivity. Leaders are good decision makers, and solve problems effectively.
If you need something custom designed, then why not have a chat to us about a bespoke in-house training solution, tailored to your company needs.
"I will definitely recommend the Introduction to Supervision and Management course.The training has helped me get the most out of my staff." - Little Halo Nusery
"The assertiveness training has allowed staff to communicate better with customers. Customer satisfaction has improved. We will enroll staff on additional course" - Marrets International