Sounds like you have a “soft” skills gap. “Soft” skills are skills that people use to communicate and interact with individuals in an organizational environment to build positive relationships. Unlike “hard” skills, which includes the person’s technical skills set and the ability to perform certain functional tasks, “soft” skills are about connecting with people, having an impact and empowering them to reach their best performance. Managers who use emotional information in the workplace have a high degree of Emotional Intelligence (EI) and are better balanced leaders. They know themselves very well, and they’re also able to sense the emotional needs of others.
As leaders or managers, you may not be in your position if it was not for your team(s) who support you. So what about your colleagues? How do you empower them? How can you improve your Emotional Intelligence in supporting them?
During the workshops, you will be made aware of the power of coaching in the workplace by equipping yourselves with tools to empower you to become a more impactful and connected leader. Learn to develop your Emotional Intelligence and help your colleagues in turn to create their own tools and become more productive and engaged in their work.
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