Interpersonal Skills for Leaders and Coaches
Monday, August 30th, 11:30 - 12:45 PM MT
Interpersonal skills are important for communicating and working with groups and individuals in your personal and professional life. In this webinar, we will explain how the Hallos Methodology works and has supported many professionals worldwide.
By improving human relationships, bringing positive results between leaders and their teams, and elevating your team's performance to a high level, you will perform better as a leader or a coach.
Other benefits of interpersonal skills include the ability to solve problems and make good decisions. In addition, you can use interpersonal communication skills to understand others and come to the best solution, including everyone involved.
In the past, in a technical, autocratic world full of rules, professionals were evaluated by their Logical Intelligence (IQ). However, in the 1990s, with the need to transform managers into leaders, professionals who knew how to manage pressures, integrate emotional intelligence into their interactions, and manage their own emotions were also valued. Today, we need engaging leaders, collaborative teams, and professionals who express themselves more freely and with autonomy. In this context, in addition to the IQ and the EQ, leaders must develop interpersonal skills (Relational Intelligence) to manage the diversity of professionals they interact with.
At the end of this event, we will enable you to:
* Understand the benefits of Relational Intelligence
* Learn how to interact with different styles of people
* Develop self-awareness skills
* Learn how to listen and empathize with the other personalities
* Understand the diversity of human styles and their different perspectives
* Develop the ability to resonate with others
After all, the current world needs professionals who know how to relate and deal with different styles of people and who want to express themselves freely and act collaboratively. Be one of these leaders and enroll now in our event.
*The webinar will be recorded and shared with registrants following the session.