Interpersonal Development Training

All our personal development trainings follow the same belief structure that in order to learn and put into practice what you have learnt, it is imperative that:

You have fun, you smile, you laugh, you are comfortable,

You feel at ease, you ask questions,

You are fed and watered (if appropriate)

AND learn lots of helpful skills!


The definition of interpersonal skills

The skills used by a person to properly interact with others. To define interpersonal skills in the business domain, the term generally refers to an employee's ability to get along with others while getting the job done. A person with good interpersonal skille tends to project a positive attitude and look for solutions to problems. Interpersonal skills include everything from communication and listening skills to attitude.

Basic Communication Skills

We strongly believe that effective communication skills can make a substantial difference to people's ability to do their jobs and live their lives in a more effective manner. The course covers aspects that we believe to be most beneficial to increase productivity and efficiency within the office, reduce stress involved with mis-communicating and increase people’s understanding of each other.

What you will learn during the sessions?

What you learn here will decrease the stress involved in misunderstandings and miscommunication, increase your productivity at work and open up new avenues for better relationships business and social.

Presenting with Confidence

This workshop is for anyone who needs to be able to deliver effective presentations with confidence. It will help individuals to develop their competence in communicating effectively and relating to others. We look at the importance of body language, and the effect of nerves on the voice and controlling your nerves. The day is all about putting into practice what you have learned and ends with you delivering a short presentation in relaxed and supportive surroundings.

Time Management

This workshop helps you regain control of your workload by managing yourself and others more intelligently. You will learn how and when to say “No”, how to prioritise effectively and most importantly, how to sustain these improvements over time. You'll leave with the tools to make immediate, lasting improvements back at work.

Have you ever felt overwhelmed by how much you had to do OR felt you were allocating too much time to tasks that are nowhere near the top of your list OR do you often run late OR do you lack control over your workload OR do you have times when you feel you’ve been busy all day but just not accomplished anything? Then this course is for you!

Time is a valuable and precious commodity so learn how to use it effectively. Take away with you some basic but effective time management techniques and tools.

Active Listening

So many jobs require that we must be able to read and write, but what about speaking and listening effectively? Of these skills, effective listening must be the most crucial because we are required to do it so often. Unfortunately, listening may also be the most difficult skill to master. Listening supposedly occurs naturally – the assumption is that if someone is talking another person is listening, but of course it is not always like that.

Great communication is a dynamic dance: a duet between effective listening skills and effective speaking skills using all the skills we will learn today.

This workshop is designed to enable participants to improve their own communication skills and better understand communications with others. Find out how to understand body language and make it work for you.

This is an interactive, experiential workshop where participants will learn and practice new techniques.