February 7, 2017

Soft Skill

 

Soft Skills Training Proposal

Soft skills training is being highly prioritized and recognized today by corporate institutes as being essential to relationships. Often we are asked the question, “What are soft skills?” Soft skills are personal characteristics that relate to a person’s capability to interact effectually with others. Simply put, it is all about empathy.

Mostly people are offering the skill oriented training like communication, aptitude, interviewing, presentation, etc. whereas our graduates are lacking other soft skills like attitude, problem solving, people skills, etc. while they join in Industry. You can also impart behavioral training, attitudinal training, training on building confidence, etc. through exercises, games, case studies, role plays and simulation. The collegiate training’s are either theoretical or conceptual, i.e. telling what is what, which will give only knowledge base whereas the industry demands tough people to face challenges and resolve crisis.

Training Topics: The Art of Effective Communication

Verbal communication
Probing Skills
Open-ended Questions
Close-ended Questions

Counter-productive questions

  •  Paraphrasing
  •  Summarizing
  •  Listening
  •  Active Listening
  •  Reflective Listening
  •  Passive Listening

Business Etiquette and Personal Grooming

Making a Great First Impression:
How to present yourself to people
Greetings, Introductions
The art of small talk – How to make proper introductions, paying & receiving compliments, small talk & networking developing your professional and personal image

Personal Hygiene, Polish interpersonal skills
Etiquette of Dressing:
The do’s and dont’s in dressing
Understanding various dress codes
Clothes and Corporate Culture

The Do’s and Dont’s in Conversation:
Enhance communication skills
Build self-confidence and self-esteem
Various verbal exercises to polish enunciation and pronunciations.
Voice modulation using the correct range and level of tone

Accent Neutralization
Important components of a dialogue:

  • P – Pitch
  •  I – Inflection
  • C – Courtesy
  • T – Tone
  • U – Understanding
  • R – Rate of speech
  • E – Enunciation
  • Identifying and dealing with Mother Tongue Influence (MTI)
  • Using Intonation and syllable stress
  • Pausing for effect

Interviewing Skills & Group Discussions

  • Preparation for interviews
  • Conducting Research
  • Commonly asked questions

Speaking up during interviews and GDs

  •  Citing examples and evidence
  • Being assertive

Body Language

  • The Handshake
  • Developing an attractive facial expression
  • Maintaining eye contact
  • Hand movement and gestures

Do’s and Dont’s in interviews

Soft Skills Training Proposal

Mock Interviews & GDs

  • Training Methodology
  • PowerPoint Presentation
  • Role Plays
  • Games and Group Activities
  • Movie and Audio Clips

Resources Required:

  • Maximum number of participants to a class will be 20.
  • The training will be conducted at a venue organized by the organization.
  • The following will be provided by client:  o Handouts will be printed/photocopied.
  • An LCD projector.
  • Audio speakers.

Request you to please Contact Us for further  details.

 

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