Shaping Change Inner Circle - February 2019
Welcome to the Inner Circle for February 2019!
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Social Intelligence is about understanding your environment and having a positive influence. You will become more confident in social situations by learning how to express and interpret social cues. You will create positive connections and increase you influence during social situations.
Increasing Social Intelligence will provide benefits throughout your professional and personal lives. It is a fantastic tool for coaching and development as you will learn “people skills”. Improving social skills through active listening, understanding body language, and being more empathic will give you the advantage in your interactions. Social interactions are a two way street, know the rules of the road!
- Be aware of our own behaviors
- Learn to be empathetic with others
- Know tools for active listening
- Effectively communicate interpersonally
- Recognise various social cues
- Determine appropriate conversation topics
- Know various forms of body language
Welcome to “Improving Your Social Intelligence”
Webinar - Part 1
Webinar - Part 2
Webinar - Part 3
Webinar - Part 4
Webinar - Part 5
From around the web:
Daniel Goleman on Social Intelligence and Leadership
What is Social Intelligence?
What Is Social Intelligence? Why Does It Matter?
7 Scientifically-Backed Ways to Improve Social Intelligence
Social Intelligence and the Biology of Leadership
Daniel Goleman: "Social Intelligence" | Talks at Google
Social intelligence vs. Emotional intelligence and how making the distinction can help you lead
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