INTERPERSONAL SKILLS

Leadership, networking and teamwork contribute towards the development of your interpersonal skills. Explore the map below to find out more.

Leadership is the process of successfully influencing the activities of a group towards goal achievement. A leader has the ability to influence others by presence, charisma, command of language, expertise, and engendering respect to achieve group objectives ethically. Background skills required are mentoring, decision making, delegating appropriately, motivating others, using persuasive and clear communication, and being empowered by knowledge.
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Networking is the ability to actively seek, identify and create effective contacts with others and maintain those contacts for mutual benefit. Background skills required are self-confidence, effective communication, building, maintaining, and expanding networks and collegial relationships.


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Teamwork involves group problem solving, cooperation with others, responsiveness to others' ideas, harmonious engagement in collaborative learning, taking individual responsibility within the group for developing and achieving group goals. Background skills required are mentoring, group work, decision making, delegation, and collaboration.


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Group work is:
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Decision making is:
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Motivating others is:
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