Executive Coaching to develop Soft Skills

Many specialists of their field, such as lawyers, engineers or doctors, invest a lot of time and energy in perfecting their technical skills in order to become experts in their subject, inevitably neglecting the development of transversal skills.

When someone lacking Soft Skills has to deal with the management of people, relational problems start to arise. As a result, coordination and effective management of work teams get out of hand.

The lack of transversal skills affects leadership, which in turn influences the organisation of work, the working environment, the performance and the individual and collective results.

Anyone wishing to improve and enhance his personal skills needs to reinforce relationship skills, communication, mediation, refine conflict resolution strategies and develop emotional intelligence.  By doing this the human resource would endorse strategies to positively influence collaborators, managing to lead them clearly and decisively to the achievement of the targeted results.

In order to improve Soft Skills, you can undertake Executive Coaching courses. They specifically focus on the needs of the human resource to reinforce the range of transversal skills, cultivating self-confidence to increase leadership in order to inspire work groups.

Here are some of the most requested by the world of work today:

  • Problem Solving: the skills involved in finding a solution. Today the ability to integrate logical resources with creative ones is in high demand.
  • Creativity: the ability to innovate.
  • Negotiation: listening skills, understanding the intentions of others in order to find compromises and a common ground.
  • Lateral Thinking: the ability to solve logical problems through observation of the problem from different perspectives.
  • Decision-making: knowing how to make effective decisions without procrastinating.
  • Team Management: knowing how to express yourself, knowing how to listen and building solid relationships with your team through the valorisation of every member.
  • Emotional intelligence: knowing how to recognize, understand and consciously manage one’s own and others’ emotions.
  • Critical Thinking: the ability to use imagination and lessons learned from past experiences.
  • Stress Management: recognizing stress and knowing how to manage it effectively.
  • Proactivity: knowing how to take initiatives to a greater extent than required by the tasks.
  • Neuro Emotional Alignment: being focused and lucid when facing any situation, even the most difficult and challenging.
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