Behavioral and cultural skills are important for any professional who wants to thrive in a modern, diverse, and dynamic workplace. Our behavioral/cultural category of programs cover some of the key aspects of personal and interpersonal development including experiential learning, stress management, and eloquence.
Experiential learning is a method that actively involves students in real-world situations and problem-solving exercises, bridging the gap between theory and practice, and encouraging greater comprehension of topics and the development of useful skills.
Our stress management workshops provide participants with the tools they need to recognize and address the causes of stress, create coping strategies, and implement healthy lifestyles and behavioural changes.
Effective communication skills are essential in today’s dynamic environment. Advanced Communication Training is a comprehensive course designed to provide people with the skills they need to speak clearly, confidently, and persuasively.
Creative Writing Workshop
This workshop teaches participants to how to write impactful and engaging content. Participants learn how to set the context, create original content, style their report, and proofread their work. They also learn how to write about different technologies and structure their write-ups for blogs, platforms like LinkedIn and other social media.
This workshop helps participants communicate their ideas effectively and confidently to their colleagues and clients. It helps them learn how to create and deliver impactful presentations using the 5Cs concept: clear, concise, complete, correct, and compelling. The workshop also trains participants to overcome nervousness, use the right body language, and handle questions.
Competency-based Interviewing Skills
This workshop introduces participants to competency-based interviewing technique, regarded to be the most effective method of assessing candidates’ skills and abilities. It teaches participants to analyze past and present behavior as indicators of future performance as well as how to incorporate job competencies in the interview process and evaluate applicants’ responses.