Interpersonal skills can be described as life skills. We use them every day when we are communicating and interacting with others.
Some people seem naturally gifted at communication and interaction. They seem super confident. But they were not born that way ! Like all skills, also interpersonal skills need to be developed and refined through learning and practice.
It may be true that some communicators do have a natural talent or predisposition upon which they can build. But we know that many talented atheletes need to train and practice long hours so it should not surprise us to discover that some presenters for TED Talks may practice their presentations up to 9 months.
So whether you are negotiating, presenting or networking you need to practice, practice, practice!
Developing your interpersonal skills can have a positive impact on both your professional and personal life.
Employers know that people with such skills will be able to work well within a team and communicate effectively with colleagues as well as customers and clients.
I have prepared special workshop sessions in our December training course to ensure that you have a solid basis to start building on your own natural talents (Conflict Resolution, Negotiation and Presentation Weekend Schools -8, 9 and 10 December 2017)
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