Do we really need soft skills training? The answer is yes. We all could use improvement with these attributes.
Category: Leadership & Management
Perform and apply due diligence when preparing a learning curriculum. The benefits build value for the clients, the participants, and to you too.
Written by Guest Blogger Ramona da Gama. What now for the Business Community after The Great Lockdown! The last 3 months has been devastating for most businesses, a situation no one could have planned for. The emotions being experienced by this community are confusion, fear, sadness, anger, anxiety, exhaustion, loneliness and failure. In many cases, … Read On >
In the world of Customer Service, it is helpful when someone has a natural empathy for others, but it is even more important for them to develop strong Emotional Intelligence skills.
Communicating Value: The value lies in the benefits that the buyer gets.
Some people may not realize why they buy “things.” Yes, it’s true. They THINK they’re only purchasing a thing, but they’re REALLY buying what the item can do for them.
At Improving Communications, we know that in today’s climate, you are transitioning a significant portion of your workforce to a virtual environment. Working remotely has become reality for so many people, for your employees.
Being able to communicate with people, and engaging in conversation is important in all walks of life. No matter the situation, having a likable, friendly presence will work in your favor. But sometimes, entering an interview, a new social setting, or a business meeting can be overwhelming or uncomfortable. But despite that, you can still … Read On >
Have a meeting coming up with another person or a handful of people? Here are four public speaking tips to bring to the table.
When managers come to a leadership training, they often seek ways to show strength, improve team performance, and motivate challenging employees. However, one of the traits overlooked by strong leaders is the value of vulnerability. Vulnerability is the uncertainty, risk, and emotional exposure we are all forced to face at many points in our lives. … Read On >