If you ever look into the lives of the most successful people in the world or even the professionals around you, you would find one factor in common in all of them and i.e. their Interpersonal Skills.
Interpersonal Skills demonstrate your ability to interact and communicate with the people around you properly to achieve a goal.
An effective Interpersonal Skill is a precursor to growth of an employee in an organization.
Interpersonal Skill is a blend of:
Understanding Body Language
Understanding and Managing Own & Other Emotions
Why are Interpersonal Skills important?
We need to interact with the people on a variety of levels daily.
Good interpersonal skill is inevitably vital in solving problems in all areas of one's private and professional lives.
Good leaders have advanced interpersonal skills; they communicate effectively, motivate and discipline their employees.
How to Develop Interpersonal Skills?
Identify the areas of improvement and your weaknesses. Seek feedback from people.
A smart professional is a smart communicator. Work on barriers to communication. Master your basic communication skills.
Be an Ardent Listener:
Give other the chance to speak. Allow them to involve in conversation equally.
Comfortable Body Language:
Direct your face and body right to the person. Actively nod and smile. Use an appealing tone of voice.
Reduce and manage stress in yourself and others. Maintain a positive attitude.
Stay calm and assertive. Maintain an effective communication without getting aggressive.