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Social Awareness Skills for Supervisors - Chapter Summary
Our expert instructors present social awareness skills for supervisors in this engaging corporate training chapter. Your teams will watch videos about interpersonal skills and becoming a better listener, among the other topics. This chapter works well both when you assign lessons or the entire chapter to your supervisors individually or as a group in a training workshop.
How It Helps
- Offers strategies: Tips and strategies for immediate implementation are offered in these lessons, giving your supervisors the ability to utilize these skills right away.
- Provides background: Before learning these skills, supervisors will discover the importance of social awareness from those in a supervisory role.
- Builds strong teams: Teams led by strong leaders who listen and interact well tend to have happier and more productive employees.
Our corporate training chapter gives your supervisors information on how to:
- Understand the importance of social awareness for the supervisor
- Improve upon one's social skills
- Define interpersonal interaction and discuss the skills needed to succeed at it
- Implement tips and strategies necessary to become a better listener
1. The Importance of Social Awareness for Supervisors
Supervisors are asked to engage employees in communication that is emotionally intelligent and socially aware. This lesson provides some specific ways to demonstrate these skills.
2. How to Improve Social Skills
We all struggle with social interactions and knowing what is or is not appropriate. This lesson offers tips for improving social skills. Improving our social skills can help to improve confidence and the quality of our relationships.
3. Interpersonal Interaction: Skills & Definition
Everything you do with and around others is considered interpersonal interaction. This lesson discusses situations of interpersonal interactions and the skills involved during those interactions.
4. Becoming a Better Listener: Tips & Strategies
Some people say listening is an art, but to be a good listener, it takes skill. There are strategies one can use to be a good listener. Some strategies include use of body language, asking the right questions and even empathy.
5. Practical Application: Listening Skills Checklist for Supervisors
Here, you'll get the opportunity to use a checklist to look for important listening skills in your own practice. After discussing why these skills are so important, you'll be able to quiz yourself with a quick checklist of listening skills.
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