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Lesson Posted on 10 Apr Life Skills Coaching/Soft Skills Training Life Skills Coaching/Soft Skills Training/Communication Skills Training Life Skills Coaching/Soft Skills Training/Leadership Training

Get Ready to Win Hearts at Workplaces; They Are Opening Soon

Sanjay Ahlawat

Experienced in acquiring and imparting life skills. I implement unique style and modern training methodology...

Sooner or later, this time shall pass, and humanity will learn to live with such pandemics (COVID 19). The strong goes a long way. Strong mentally, strong immunity, and strong SOFT SKILLS. Soft skills are here to stay and ready to make a HARD MARK on one’s personality in every walk of life. We... read more

Sooner or later, this time shall pass, and humanity will learn to live with such pandemics (COVID 19). The strong goes a long way. Strong mentally, strong immunity, and strong SOFT SKILLS. Soft skills are here to stay and ready to make a HARD MARK on one’s personality in every walk of life. We all work with other humans and like we all are being judged every time, like the same way we judge others every time. Sharing a straightforward lesson of tried and tested tricks to get those judgements passed in your favour.

 

 Simple and easy to follow TRICKS (only with practice.). We all know what to do and what not to do, but the point is do we follow it. 

 

 

  1. Learn how to be sensitive to your coworkers’ feelings.
  2. Knowing is a boon but adjusting your attitude to cooperate with fellow employees is a bliss.
  3. Show interest in other people—but not to the point of gossiping.
  4. Genuinely express appreciation if someone assists you in some way.
  5. Being or presenting self as courteous as possible to everyone; whether we like it or not.
  6. Learning comes to those who are receptive but not reticent, remain open to ideas and suggestion and contribute wholeheartedly without expectations.
  7. Be accessible and keep communication channels open for all staff members.
  8. Honesty is the best virtue, and it becomes evident soon, with yourself and with others.
  9. Secrecy and trust - the private sentiments and emotions revealed to you by your colleagues, ONLY to YOURSELVES.
  10. Criticizing someone, do it directly rather than conspiring or bitching around with everyone.
  11. Misunderstandings do occur, and no misunderstanding means no understanding either. Mull them over sooner than later.
  12. Mistakes are a great teacher, and you have no choice but to learn from them as you have already paid the fees for this tuition.
  13. Constructive criticism is only for your good, and it’s an effort put in by the person criticizing you leverage it and absorb it gracefully.
  14. Respectful mediators and wise man in the groups are always handy, must follow their declarations though.
  15. Addressing your coworkers about a problem, always have a dialogue, not just a debate. The aim is to get to the solution and not differing just for the sake of it.

 

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Lesson Posted on 03 Mar Life Skills Coaching/Soft Skills Training/Communication Skills Training

Basic Communication training for MNC employee

Keerthana R.

I am a housewife from India. I am giving online tutorials for astrology, English language, Physics....

Speak smoothly with rhythm and inflection Feel calm and relaxed Articulate thoughts and ideas with confidence and authority Make presentations that are memorable, engaging and persuasive Prepare for and ace your interviews Actively participate in social conversations read more
  • Speak smoothly with rhythm and inflection
  • Feel calm and relaxed
  • Articulate thoughts and ideas with confidence and authority
  • Make presentations that are memorable, engaging and persuasive
  • Prepare for and ace your interviews
  • Actively participate in social conversations
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Lesson Posted on 31/10/2019 Life Skills Coaching/Soft Skills Training/Communication Skills Training

Test your listening skills

Swapna Sunder

I have a total of 20 years in work experience. I have worked in the corporate industry in the Learning...

Constantly Often Rarely 1 Do I interrupt? 0 5 10 2 Do I pretend I am interested, even when I am not? 3 Do I listen to words but not to feelings? 4 Do I ignore a speaker who is critical or emotional? 5 Do I get angry at the speaker?... read more
    Constantly Often Rarely
1 Do I interrupt?  0 5 10
2 Do I pretend I am interested, even when I am not?       
3 Do I listen to words but not to feelings?       
4 Do I ignore a speaker who is critical or emotional?      
5 Do I get angry at the speaker?        
6 Do I think about my response while I am listening?      
7 Do I avoid asking questions even when I am not sure what the speaker is saying?       
8 Do I allow uncomfortable pauses to continue rather than prompt a reluctant continue rather than prompt a reluctant speaker?       
9 Do I avoid acknowledging or paraphrasing what the speaker says?       
10 Do I daydream while the speaker is talking?        
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Lesson Posted on 31/10/2019 Life Skills Coaching/Soft Skills Training/Communication Skills Training

The art of asking questions - Probing

Swapna Sunder

I have a total of 20 years in work experience. I have worked in the corporate industry in the Learning...

THE ART OF ASKING QUESTIONS Encouraging feedback and securing understanding enables you to test your assumptions as well as the assumptions of the person you are interacting with. By doing so, you can reduce the chance of distortion and deletions. The following examples illustrate how asking questions... read more

THE ART OF ASKING QUESTIONS

Encouraging feedback and securing understanding enables you to test your assumptions as well as the assumptions of the person you are interacting with. By doing so, you can reduce the chance of distortion and deletions. The following examples illustrate how asking questions can aid in this endeavour.

 

SL. NO.

SITUATION

SAMPLE QUESTIONS

1

UNFAMILIAR PHRASES

 

 

The talker has used an unfamiliar phrase

“Can you Brief on what you mean by psychological barriers to listening?

2

ENCOURAGE WITHOUT BIAS

 

 

The talker is getting into sensitive areas and has stopped talking. You want to encourage without biasing.

“You say things started to fall apart when the customer became very angry.”

3

DIGRESSING

 

 

The talker is digressing and is not telling you what you were waiting to hear.

“Perhaps I’m mistaken, but weren’t you going to tell me about what you did that wasn’t taken care of?

4

GOING IN CIRCLES

 

 

The talker has been going in circles, saying the same things over and over. You want to move on.

“Let me summarize what I understood you to say. You said (1)……………… (2)………………. (3)………………. Now, was there anything else affecting the problem?

5

GENERALIZATION

 

 

The talker has not specifically stated what you think is behind the words, so you employ the ‘risk technique’ and state what you think is on his/her mind.

“Is this the situation: You feel that if I don’t take care of this right now, I won’t call you back?”

6

CLARIFICATION

 

 

The talker has just said something that does not seem to agree with a statement made earlier. You want to clarify.

“I thought you told a couple of minutes ago XYZ. Now I hear you saying ABC. These two statements seem to be in conflict. Would you clarify?

7

CHECKING UNDERSTANDING

 

 

The talker has stated an opinion, and you want to check your understanding.

“In your opinion, we have too many people taking their lunch at the same time, so the counter is not covered properly to give the best customer service. Is that right?

8

CHECKING THE REASON FOR NOT ACCEPTING YOUR MODIFICATION

 

9

OBTAINING IDEAS

 

 

You want to obtain the thoughts and ideas of the talker about something you or the talker said.

“I think this is how the flexi-time approach would affect the morale of the office. What are your thoughts about it?

 

10

DRAWING OUT RESERVATIONS

 

 

The listener has responded nonverbally, as though he/she is bothered by something you said. You want to draw out his/her reservations.

“Something seems to be bothering you about what you just said. Will you tell me what it is?”

11

OBTAINING FEEDBACK

 

 

You have stated some benefits of an idea and want feedback from the listener.

“How do you think these benefits will give us the results we are looking for?”

12

FOCUSING

 

 

Several suggestions have been stated, and you want to focus attention on them.

“We’ve given several suggestions. Which one do you think will most likely provide us with the best solution?”

13

CLARIFYING RESISTANCE

 

 

The listener has disagreed with part of what you have said, and you want to clarify the resistance.

“You think the idea is basically a sound one, yet it seems to have flaws in it. What would you do to reduce these flaws?”

14

CHECKING FOR SPECIFICS

 

 

The listener has made a general statement about an issue you are discussing, and you want to talk in explicit terms.

“What specifically has been done that you think is wrong?”

 

 

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Answered on 06/12/2019 Life Skills Coaching/Soft Skills Training Life Skills Coaching/Soft Skills Training/Personality Development Training Life Skills Coaching/Soft Skills Training/Interview Skills +1 Life Skills Coaching/Soft Skills Training/Communication Skills Training less

Pratibha Paliwal

Outstanding results GMAT I GRE I SAT I IELTS . 18+ years work experience (trained 25000+ students).

Prepare a portfolio of the course(s) you offer. Try to contact key people by writing to the people concerned with the department you are willing to conduct training workshop(s) for. Highlight in your proposal why should they prefer your services to the other ones available in the similar field. Elaborate... read more

Prepare a portfolio of the course(s) you offer.

Try to contact key people by writing to the people concerned with the department you are willing to conduct training workshop(s) for.

Highlight in your proposal why should they prefer your services to the other ones available in the similar field. Elaborate why you are a great choice.

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Lesson Posted on 29/09/2019 Life Skills Coaching/Soft Skills Training/Communication Skills Training

Boost your confidence whilst speaking!

Aseem

Have you ever wondered why some people just seem to have a knack for public speaking... Is it because their command of English is good? Perhaps Alternatively, is it something else which also makes a difference? Well, apart from knowing the language itself, it's also imperative to: Be confident whilst... read more

Have you ever wondered why some people just seem to have a knack for public speaking...

Is it because their command of English is good? Perhaps

Alternatively, is it something else which also makes a difference?

Well, apart from knowing the language itself, it's also imperative to:

Be confident whilst speaking...

...controlling your Rate Of Speech (ROS) by also introducing pauses whilst speaking

...opening your mouth enough to articulate & pronounce all words clearly

- controlling your breathing whilst talking: observe how singers sing

these 3 factors will ensure speech clarity & good diction whilst you deliver.

Energy & tone are also important - intonation (voice modulation) to vary how you speak is also important. For instance, emphasising something may require you to speak louder or stretch the word by stressing a syllable for longer. Of course, when you're asking a question, that should sound different from an answer!

There should be emotion evident in your voice. This way, you'll sound way more interesting, drawing keen attention from your audience. Such people tend to get noticed easily.

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Lesson Posted on 08/08/2019 Life Skills Coaching/Soft Skills Training/Communication Skills Training Language/Spoken English

How to learn English communication effectively

Ravi Kumar

I am a finance trainer with 10 plus years of experience in financial Modelling, Accounting and Financial...

As a trainer, I regularly go through various online and offline resources on different topics, including English, so that I can further improve my teaching techniques and methodologies. In the past couple of years, I've noticed specific peculiar theories and opinions on "how to communicate in English... read more

As a trainer, I regularly go through various online and offline resources on different topics, including English, so that I can further improve my teaching techniques and methodologies. In the past couple of years, I've noticed specific peculiar theories and opinions on "how to communicate in English in the right way" that appear on various social media sites. I agree with some points partially, but not on their entirety. 

For example, on one platform, I found a speaker claiming that knowledge of grammar is not required to learn English communication, though the speaker is conversing so well without any grammatical error. So the speaker asks the learners to stop learning grammar and start speaking in English to learn English communication. To illustrate it further, the speaker quotes certain strange analogy like how children learn their first language while growing up, i.e. through broken sentences and mistakes. I wonder if everyone has that luxury, especially after reaching a certain age.

On another site, I came across a theory which supports that one doesn't need any verbal words or speech to communicate with others. As per this theory, communication is 90% body language and 10% verbal (Seriously, I have no idea how this proportion is calculated). So you don't need to worry about your vocabulary and sentences. All you need to consider is whether you are able to make your audience understood or not. I doubt if one can communicate complex ideas and concepts through more visual communication or gestures and in fewer words. There are many such vague ideas posted on sites, which are incomplete and confusing. Consequently, Learners fail to understand the right and holistic way of learning English Communication.

From my learning and experience, to learn English in the right direction, one has to first understand the purpose of spoken English from all the angles. It is, of course not for machine learning of grammar, vocabulary, phrases, and sentences and so on. I think spoken English, just like any other language, is meant to communicate our thoughts, effectively, in a smooth and confident tone without interruption and grammar error. It will surely take some time, but that should be the end goal while learning English

 Therefore, there are many areas one has to grip upon to learn English effectively, and some of these components are listed as follows.

  • Command on grammar structures and parts of speech
  • Lexical resources, i.e. vocabulary. Knowing two to three synonyms for the same word will serve as a back-up in case you forget one.
  • Body Language (yes it is still needed for effective expression and lasting impact)
  • Knowledge simple to complex sentence structure
  • Idioms, phrases, maxims, metaphor and simile and others to add spice in your language
  • Right pronunciation, accent, diction and voice modulation; I feel if one is speaking fluently but is not able to be understood by others, then the whole purpose of communication is defeated.

Therefore, all the above areas are equally important, and we need to learn and practice them all.

 

 

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Answered on 31/10/2018 Life Skills Coaching/Soft Skills Training/Communication Skills Training

Devesh

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The Best Possible Option one can have is from AMBRITISH/AMBRITISH,INDIA-where you can have Live Conversation Practice for hours and that is for Free too. AmBritish, India has 3 most flexible and easy way to learn English at World Class-

1. Learn Linguist way:Learn anything in 10 different ways from anywhere in the world, anytime,

2. Fluency Improvement at World Class: Practice Live with more than 5000+ Americans, British, Canadians from anywhere, anytime (smartphone/Tab/Laptop/Desktop).So, Learn and Practice with Native Speakers and the best thing is It is FREE for the Lifetime,

3. Revise your Class Videos on Youtube anytime, from anywhere in the world.

If you think, this is the ultimate option for you-Simply Search, Find, Contact and Enrol for Classes and Free Kit.

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Lesson Posted on 08/02/2018 Language/Spoken English Life Skills Coaching/Soft Skills Training/Communication Skills Training Exam Coaching/Foreign Education Exam Coaching/IELTS Coaching +1 Exam Coaching/Foreign Education Exam Coaching/PTE Academic Exam Coaching less

Fill In The Blanks With Appropriate Forms Of The Verb Given In The Brackets

Ielts Pte Academic Trainer From India

Online Courses for IELTS/PTE Academic/TOEFL/OET/Spoken English A dynamic professional with over 10 years...

Tenses exercise: Fill in the blanks with appropriate forms of the verb given in the brackets: 1. We usually go to Singapore on a holiday, but this year we (go) to Bangkok. 2. Heat (expand) and cold (contract). 3. A good player (practice) every day. 4. John usually (drink) coffee in the morning,... read more

Tenses exercise:

Fill in the blanks with appropriate forms of the verb given in the brackets:

1. We usually go to Singapore on a holiday, but this year we (go) to Bangkok.

2. Heat (expand) and cold (contract).

3. A good player (practice) every day.

4. John usually (drink) coffee in the morning, but today he (drink) tea.

5. The child (suffer) from pneumonia since last week.

6. He (write) a novel since October last, and he is about to finish it.

7. If he (work) hard, he will pass.

8. I (help) you if I had had money.

9. Time and tide (wait) for no man.

10. By this time next year he (complete) the construction of his house.

11. Whenever he is in London, my father (stay) with a friend of his.

12. He (court) her for two years now, but he (not propose) to her yet.

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Lesson Posted on 19/05/2017 Life Skills Coaching/Soft Skills Training/Interview Skills Life Skills Coaching/Soft Skills Training/Communication Skills Training

Sample Self-Introduction for an Interview

Hitesh Kakkar

I'm a strategy consultant, an educationist, a marketer, a trainer & a talent acquisition expert for workplace...

Tell me about yourself which can help me to gauge your candidature as an Economist to me? Good morning/Afternoon Sir/Ma’am. Thank you for giving this wonderful opportunity to me to introduce myself to you. I am ————-(Your Name). We are five members in my family including... read more

Tell me about yourself which can help me to gauge your candidature as an Economist to me?

Good morning/Afternoon Sir/Ma’am.

Thank you for giving this wonderful opportunity to me to introduce myself to you. I am ————-(Your Name). We are five members in my family including me.  I am native to —— (City Name), and open to relocate to ________ (city name as mentioned in the job description). Currently, I am pursuing B.A. in Economics at the ___________ (University Name), and I will be entering into final year of my graduation studies in the next couple of months. Ever since, I started studying Economics in my school days. I realized, I enjoy analyzing things connected to the society, and the Mother Nature. Since my childhood days, I have witnessed my family focusing upon correct utilization of house hold items, and guiding us towards understanding the whites, and blacks of the possible outcomes. I believe, this somehow further boosted my interest towards Economics as a career option. 

  • For me Economics is all about making right decisions at the right time, and studying the possible outcomes.
  • I have an analytical approach towards things I do. I believe, that helps me to understand a wide range of issues from what determines the price, causes, and consequences.
  • I believe, economics is having an excellent graduate prospects. Economics is truly all around us. Studying the subject gives me a generalist understanding of the world we live in and its inner workings.
  • The case-based learning emphasis on economics degrees makes it really easy to see how the theory has real-life applications, particularly when considering the recent volatility of global markets.

What I find extremely attractive being an Economist is that the profession is so demanding, everything changes so quickly and every day is a new sunrise. Such a dynamic environment is certainly very exciting, but maybe a little bit stressful too. However, I can multitask, and deal with pressure.

Currently, I want to secure a job with ___________ (company / institute name you are appearing for). 

My long term goal is by gaining work experience of 07-08 years in the field of Economics. I wish to work on a senior position, contributing to the betterment of my work place and the society. 

I am a self-motivated, and a disciplined soul. I am always keen to up-skill myself by learning new things whenever I get a chance. I have done my internship(s) / project(s) from this (these) company (ies), and my role(s) was (were)…….. I am a certified resource in _________ (certification names). 

Apart from studies, I enjoy participating in drama. I am a player of Badminton too.

My strengths are my analytical approach, my human touch to the situations, my appreciable communication, and presentation skills. I believe upon being realistic.

In my free time, I enjoy spending time with friends, sometimes cooking, listening to music, doing drama, reading, travelling, and playing outdoor sports.

Thank you very much for making me to speak about myself. If you have any specific question, pls. ask, I will be glad to answer that.

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