Interpersonal skills are the attitudes and habits that make workers at any seniority level valuable employees and contributing members of the work environment.
Interpersonal skills comes from the root word Interaction & Person. In other words it is the communication among two or more persons.
They include communication and social skills, teamwork, problem solving and critical thinking, and professionalism (time management and appearance).
To set clear guidelines for effective communication and to consider the role of good interpersonal skills in the multicultural workplace by understanding:
- different behavioral styles and learn to modify your behavior to achieve best results
- how to stay present 'in the moment', 'listen for intent', and influence your listener positively
- how to give and receive constructive feedback as a way to build better relationships to demonstrate assertive behavior
- how to communicate effectively when the stakes are high and you need to neutralize arguments effectively
To create individual action plans for ongoing personal development by making use of all of the above skills to ensure effective teamwork