Willingness to learn things outside of your field of work
Life skills. These are the traits, characteristics, habits and skills needed to survive and thrive in the modern business world. Life skills are not usually taught in school, but you will learn them all in this course. Are you with someone or other people in your organization or industry you love to work with, and collaborate with? Are you seen as a valuable resource for every new project that comes along?
This Life skills training course will teach you how to develop the skills that can make the difference between a lackluster career reaching middle management level versus one that takes you into the executive suite or wherever you define professional success. Many Life skills seem common sense at first glance, but are not commonly applied by most workers. This Life skills training course will give you an edge over your competitors. It will also make your job, career and life more rewarding and fun.
What are you waiting for?
Lesson number one is: use your free time to constantly learn new skills rather than just checking sports scores or celebrity news at lunch. There is nothing difficult when it comes to learning Life skills, as long as you have the will to try new things and get started right away.
Your academic qualifications and technical skills are not sufficient for long-term professional success. You have to become excellent in your Life skills.
Topics covered during the course:
- Understand how to communicate properly
- Be a stronger listener
- Be a professional in front of colleagues and bosses of all ages
- Avoid common career mistakes that often end your career
- Managing expectations for superiors and colleagues
- Develop yourself for promotions
- Make technology your reference, even if you fear technology
- Avoiding the syndrome is not my job
- Develop the equalizer to match your IQ
- Develop leadership qualities
Who is this course for:
This course is ideal for any professional looking to advance in their career. This is for someone who wants to succeed and is not satisfied with just holding a current job.
Twice a week, three hours of lecture
Practical exercises 20%
behavior during period 5%
Absenteeism and lateness 5%
mid-cycle exam 20%
50% final exam