Do you want to improve a specific skill?
Part of being successful means having the right skillset. Skills can also be overused (for example persuasiveness may turn into dominating behaviour) or underused (where persuasiveness becomes over-accommodating, or giving in too quickly). Having the right skill in the right balance, available at the time you need them are essential.
It may be that you know that there are skills you need to develop if you want to be at the top of your game. Or perhaps it isn't so clear. We don't always know what we don't know: blind-spots can still derail us even if we don't know about them.
You may have been on courses which, though good, didn't really hone your skills in the way that you would have liked. This is usually because they don't go deep enough and as you got back into the work place you're back into old habits.
What skills would you like to develop? Here are a few examples:
- Emotional intelligence
- Presentation skills
- Conflict management
- Time management
- Hiring talent
- Managing meetings
- Building positive relationships
- Decision making
- Strategic thinking
My approach helps you to identify which skills you need to develop to take your skills to the next level so that they become embedded into your daily habits so you do them without thinking. They feel natural and you get results.