A confident and charismatic executive, manager-leader is a great asset for the company, as she or he can provide more business opportunities, managing and leading others to achieve greater results.
He is able to delegate and give people independence and responsibility to accomplish their goals, as well provide the guidance and be the model in order to help them to do it.
Becoming a talented manager doesn’t happen just by having the title in a name card, but by mastering skills in knowing self-better, thus becoming more confident and charismatic; as well as in knowing how to communicate effectively and relate to others.
Intellectual, Emotional and Social competence is all about understanding yourself and how other people react to you, and then using this knowledge to your advantage and better foster relationships.
Learn the art of effective intellectual and emotional communication, for creating a new awareness and understanding on how to connect better and build a more durable and healthy relationships with other team members for a better business result.
Mastering your mind means becoming the ‘Managing Director’ of your life.
The foundation of this competence is self-awareness; the knowledge of yourself also helps you understand how other people see you, a significant factor that is potentially useful in creating better relationship-team work, and in understanding and predicting employees’ individual performance at work.
• Knowing Why You Do What You Do
• Communication & Relationships
• Assertiveness & Self Responsibility
• The importance of removing barriers & the communication process
• Finding your competence
1] Being Socially Competent means being able to inspire other people to the point they trust you enough to follow you and execute their job responsibly.
On the interpersonal level, being socially competent encompasses the ability to be aware of others’ emotions, feelings, needs and culture, and to establish and maintain cooperative, constructive and mutually satisfying relationships.
2] Ultimately, being socially intelligent means to effectively manage personal, social and environmental change by realistically and flexibly coping with the immediate situation, solving problems and making decisions as the need arises.
• Knowing people represent things in different ways
• Knowing Why Others Do What They Do
• Creating Better Understanding Between Individual & Groups
• Join us at online Pathfinders coaching camp, for more understanding and practicing these skills.
Suresh Shah, Pathfinders Enterprise