This four-day elective course will provide you with the tools needed to improve your interpersonal effectiveness. This course will cover essential concepts such as communication strategies, network building, emotional intelligence, and managing conflict. During the course, you will take the DiSC® assessment and interpret the results to better understand your personality and behaviors and how this affects your relationships. At the end of this course, you will have learned to strengthen your interpersonal skills in order to build productive networks and maximize your professional collaborations.
- Engage, influence, and manage others through effective communication
- Build and maintain productive networks and connections
- Understand the importance of emotional intelligence in achieving personal and professional goals
- Identify strategies for high-impact communication
- Navigate organizational politics and manage potential sources of conflict
- Understand the best approach to dealing with difficult conversations
- Complete and interpret the DiSC® assessment.
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