Soft skills is a term relating to a person’s social skills involving the cluster of personality traits, social graces, communication, personal habits, friendliness, language and optimism that characterize his/her relationships with other people. Soft skills complement hard skills (part of a person’s IQ, for example), which are the occupational requirements of a job and many other activities. A person’s soft skills including EQ play an important part of individual contribution to his work organization. Particularly those organizations dealing face-to-face with the customers and other employees of their or of other employees’ departments are generally more successful if they train their staff to use these skills. Screening or training for personal habits or traits such as dependability and conscientiousness can yield significant return on investment for an organization. For this reason, soft skills are increasingly sought out by employers in addition to standard qualifications.
Location & Date
- 16th - 18th June
- Salahkaar Consultants, Office # 2A and 2B, Pillar Homes, Opp. Silver Line Society, Near Ganpati Chowk, Viman Nagar, Pune 411 014, India. Landmark: Behind Fortune Inn Jukaso Hotel.
For India: Rs.10,500/- About Cancellation Policies
For Other Countries: $450
Examples of Soft Skill Training
It has been suggested that in a number of professions, soft skills may be more important over the long term than occupational skills. Some examples of soft skills may include skills such as;
- Participating in a team,
- Leading a team,
- Uniting a team amidst cultural differences,
- Teaching others,
- Coaching others,
- Motivating others,
- Providing services,
- Decision making,
- Problem solving,
- Observing forms of etiquette,
- Active Listening,
- Maintain meaningful conversation (discussion/debate),
- Defusing arguments with timing,
- Stating instructions in polite, concise language,
- Foreseeing situations,
- Establishing rapport,
- Empathic communication,
- Proactive Attitude,
- Interpersonal Skills,
- Interpersonal Communication Skills, etc.
At the end of the Soft Skills training program, employees will be able to:
- Develop effective communication and Interpersonal Skills
- Develop effective Team Work & Team Building skills
- Become self-confident individuals by acquiring Positive Attitude, Motivation & Passion
- Develop all-round personalities with a mature attitude to function effectively in different positions
- Become capable of managing their stress level
Topics To Be Covered
- Team Work & Team Building
- Interpersonal Skills
- Goal Setting
- Time Management
- Positive Attitude
- Internal Motivation & Passion
- Communication Skills
- Stress Management
Benefits Of The Program
At the end of the Soft Skills training program, employees are more likely to
- Manage their time well
- Learn to set goals
- Develop their personality to become better employees and individuals
- Will become more social and go-getters
- All the above benefits will ultimately result in more effective TIFR as an organization –a better place to work and live.
Three days with six hours of interactive sessions each day.
The program will use a mixed package of methods including unstructured and structured sessions of lectures, exercises, games, case studies, audio – visuals and other exercises.
The program is targeted to all employees of the administrative department.
It would be good in the interest of the effectiveness of the program if the program is organized in a good quality Hotel or conference hall of the organization.
Training sessions will be conducted by a senior consultant(s) who is an expert in financial discipline. Partial list of our associates is here http://salahkaarconsultants.com/expertise/