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4.Soft Skills

Problem Solving & Decision Making

Critical thinking and problem-solving are integral skills for an employee’s–and their organization’s- success. The most successful professionals can assess the environment, analyze a situation, design a solution and ultimately be more competitive in their domain.

This course will explore, discuss, and provide applicable techniques for critical thinking and problem-solving in a business context.

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4.Soft Skills

Business Communication

This course unlocks the secrets to business success by understanding workplace culture. It has a strong focus on business writing, active listening and communicating ideas effectively to a particular target audience. The impact of assumptions or bias that people may bring to workplace interactions are explained and an interactive critique of real-world case studies and scenarios from the workplace are conducted.

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4.Soft Skills

Teamwork & Collaboration

Silos simply do not work. In the increasingly dynamic professional environment, teamwork and collaboration could make or break the successful performance of a company. More often, we are required to work in groups to strategize, design solutions, ideate, motivate, manage, and execute.

This course complements business communication skills and expands those competencies to provide a foundation for decision-making, consensus-building, and problem-solving.

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4.Soft Skills

Feedback & Coaching

A leader is directly responsible to develop his or her team. When team leaders create and encourage a productive environment, through direct coaching to supporting the development of new skills among team members, the results are testaments of their success. A leader is capable of identifying the true potential of people and building on their skills to achieve more than initially thought possible. This course will help team leaders draw out the strengths of their team members, sharpen their skills to achieve success, and build their confidence to excel at a much higher level.

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4.Soft Skills

Time Management

Time management is an essential skill for employees at all levels of an organization, regardless of the nature of work done. This course covers time management in the contexts of strategic business management, project management and operations management.

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4.Soft Skills

Ownership & Accountability

Great managers know that accountability is a cornerstone of successful management, shedding unproductive outcomes such as blame, complaints, procrastination, and disengagement. This course takes a deep dive into the fundamental skills managers need to delegate appropriately, provide resources for success, overcome challanges through coaching and uncover and address problems when people fail to perform.

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4.Soft Skills

Empathy and Emotional Intelligence at Work

One of the key insights from the science of happiness is that our own personal happiness depends heavily on our relationships with others. By tuning into the needs of other people, we actually enhance our own emotional well-being. The same is true within organizations: those that foster trusting, cooperative relationships are more likely to have a more satisfied, engaged—and more productive and innovative—workforce, with greater employee loyalty and retention. This course explains the psychological and neuroscientific roots of cooperative, compassionate behaviors, illustrating how these “soft” skills ae actually core aspects of human nature that serve basic human needs as well as the bottom line of an organization.

The course offers practical ways to strengthen empathy, trust and collaboration among teams and resolve conflicts more constructively—with a special emphasis on how socially intelligent leadership can build cultures of belonging and engagement.

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