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SOFT SKILLS WORLD takes pleasure in introducing itself as an experienced and competent conglomeration with more than 300 Training & Development professionals. This team represents key functional …

SOFT SKILLS WORLD takes pleasure in introducing itself as an experienced and competent conglomeration with more than 300 Training & Development professionals. This team represents key functional domains across industries.

We sincerely look forward to joining hands with your esteemed organization in our endeavour to create a mutually satisfying win-win proposition per se Organization Development interventions.

May we request you to visit us at http://www.softskillsworld.com/to have a glimpse of the bouquet of our offers .We have partnered with the best & promise you an excellent organizational capability building.

We firmly believe Hard Skills alone are not sufficient enough to enhance business success. Aligned with high performance organizational culture and given the right direction, Soft Skills is the best recipe for business success.

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  • 1. SELF EMPOWERMENT BY: SOFT SKILLS WORLD
  • 2. OATH
  • 3. One minute for myself
  • 4. ONE MINUTE FOR MYSELFA smallInvestmentfor a BIG reward
  • 5. WHY ONE MINUTE FOR MYSELF? 1 TO BE HAPPY 2.TO BE MORE PRODUCTIVE 3.TO TAKE CONTROL OF LIFE 4. TO CONTRIBUTE TO GROWTH
  • 6. BEFORE I TAKE GOOD CARE OF ANYTHING OR ANYONE,I MUST FIRST TAKE GOOD CARE OF MY SELF
  • 7. Why ‘MYSELF’ is important ? • If not me who else can take care of ME as I can ? • Our selves are as different as our fingerprints • We are each unique and special
  • 8. Now look at your watch; then sit in silence with eyes closed.Then open your eyes the moment you feel one minute is over & check the timing?What did you find ?One minute is longer than you thought
  • 9. In one quiet minute with yourself,you can first becomeaware of what you are doing & then choose to see a better way
  • 10. I TREAT MYSELFTHE WAY I WOULD LIKE OTHERS TO TREAT ME
  • 11. • You feel successful when you get what you like.• You feel all the more successful when you like what you get
  • 12. TAKING CARE OF ME
  • 13. Taking FeedbackWhenever you begin to criticize something about you,Take one minute to stop, look, and ask yourself,“Is there a better way to take care of myself right now?”
  • 14. Once you stop criticizing yourself… you stop criticizing others
  • 15. ONE MINUTE BECOMES AWON MINUTE
  • 16. Then AWON minutebecomes yourOWN minuteNOW here, sure
  • 17. Development of our “Self-Image”• Early emotional experiences influence our concept of “Who I am”• Because we are influenced by all of our experiences, self- image is not a singular concept but rather an array of understanding.
  • 18. SELF AWARENESS
  • 19. SELFS - STREAMLINEE - EVERYTHINGL - LIFEF - FLOURISHES
  • 20. BENEFITS
  • 21. Time to Think !!!!What am I doing? How can I do better?
  • 22. How can I increase my effectiveness?
  • 23. GOAL“A goal is a dream written down”
  • 24. DETERMINE WHAT YOU WANT SET YOUR GOALS
  • 25. SMARTER GOALS
  • 26. Let’s Set our Goal GOALName:Date:The following goals are the focus for the next _____ months: Educational/Professional Action plans Developmental goals Personal goals Action plans
  • 27. The boat making competition A4 sheet (one sheet) Minus 100 points Accepted Boat (one boat) Plus 100 points Rejected Boat (one boat) Minus 50 points A4 sheet after starting Minus 200 points Wastage / left over (for every ¼ Minus 100 points A 4 sheet )Penalty for promise not maintained = X FactorCalculation of X factor = (4 * no. of sheets taken ) – (no. of boats actually made)Cost of X Factor = Minus X * 100 points
  • 28. STRENGTHS
  • 29. STRENGTHS
  • 30. ACTIVITY TIME
  • 31. WEAKNESSES
  • 32. ACTIVITY TIME
  • 33. THREATS
  • 34. ACTIVITY TIME
  • 35. SWOT MIX
  • 36. Go Back and Redo Your SWOT Analysis
  • 37. Self-Discipline A lesson from RAILS The ‘rails’ that discipline the ‘train gives the train a verymeaning, significance and valueOnce off the track it is no more a train, just a heap of metal. Self Discipline is the ability to bring one’s emotion, thoughts,words and actions in accordance with one’s goals and values. Discipline is self mastery. It involves both-actions to be cultivated and those to be avoided
  • 38. Being Assertive
  • 39. Being Assertive What is Assertiveness?Assertiveness is based on a philosophy ofpersonal responsibility and an awareness ofones rights & duties
  • 40. Self Esteem – the key to assertiveness Your self esteem is the evaluation that you make & hold aboutyourself It is a judgment of your worth as a person It is based upon the extent you believe yourself to becompetent, significant, likeable & successful person Evidence shows that both aggressive & submissive behavioursspring from low self esteem
  • 41. I am Assertive• I am excited about new situations• I believe what others say about me is their opinion - not my worth• I approve of myself & I think and choose for myself• My needs & desires are important enough to make them happen• I am free to express my feelings and thoughts• I do not measure my worth by comparisons with others• I accept my mistakes as useful lessons• I give myself credit for my sincere efforts aimed at success , whether they succeed or not
  • 42. Why all people do not behave assertively– Confusing assertion with aggression– Fear of unpleasant consequences from assertion– Evaluating non- assertion with politeness– Confusing non- assertion with helpfulness– Perceiving situations or other people as threatening– Believing that aggression is the only way to get results– Failing to think rationally about one self– Failing to accept your assertive rights– Failing to accept your corresponding duties
  • 43. THREE STEPS TO ASSERTIVENESS Step 1 : Actively listen to what is being said & show that you both hear & understand him / her Step 2 : Say what you THINK or FEEL Step 3: Say WHAT YOU WANT TO HAPPEN and work towards a solution Note : Connect step 1 & 2 with a however, Not a BUT58
  • 44. Personal Effectiveness • Key assertive behaviours – Active listening – Appropriate body language • Straight posture, Head firm not rigid • Regular eye contact • Well modulated voice • Facial expressions fit the words • Open hands – Use of “I” statements – Stay assertive & move towards a workable solution59
  • 45. Assertive Role Play 1You are meeting a senior manager in another department withprior appointment to collect some important information youneed to complete a task given by your boss.The senior manager had kept you waiting for 15 minutesbefore meeting you. Even now he is busy doing his work on hiscomputer and does not pay attention to you.How will you handle the situation?
  • 46. Assertive Role Play 2A senior colleague of yours comes to you when you areextremely busy. You have a deadline to meet. The seniorcolleague wants you to do dig out some information immediatelywhich will take atleast 15 minutes.You do not have 15 minutes to spare right now.How will you ideally handle the situation?
  • 47. Assertive Role Play 3You are attending a regular weekly meeting which your bosschairs. Your boss is the sort of person who expects immediatedetailed answers to questions. You have also noticed that someof your colleagues behave like yes men. Sometimes, this meansgiving immediate answer which they know are not completelycorrect. Your boss asks you a couple of questions, for which youhave answers. He asks a question on an unrelated subject .How will you handle the situation?
  • 48. Assertive Role Play 4A colleague in a different department is criticizing the service youare providing to her. She depends on you for some information shehas to collate into a monthly report. In the last month you werelate in sending her the information because you receive your datalate.She is aware of this, but still blames you for the problem. Youremain calm, even though you think the criticism is unjust, butmore you defend your position the more agitated she becomes.She remarks that the situation is intolerable and she is going tocomplain to senior management about it.How will you handle the situation?
  • 49. Giving 100%

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