To get, and keep, a job you typically need a repertoire of technical skills. While the technical skills may get you an entry, your people skills can help you stay there. Your attitude, work ethic, your emotional intelligence, your communication skills and a whole host of other personal attributes are the soft skills that are crucial for career success.

With these soft skills you can excel as a leader. Problem solving, delegating, motivating, and team building are all much easier if you have good soft skills. Knowing how to get along with people – and displaying a positive attitude – are crucial for success.

All the training modules of Shikshaka ensure that the knowledge / skill gained can be applied practically in one’s every day work environment. The group activities and role plays ensure that the skills imbibed are applied from day one.

Every modules has been scientifically designed with utmost care by professionals adopting the latest teaching methodology. Simplicity is the backbone of every module. No background knowledge is expected from the participants. Every course has an optimum mix of lectures, presentations, group activities, case studies, role plays and games. This ensures the participant is fully engaged and has a valuable ‘take-away’ from the programme.

 

  • Personal Development

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  • Sales & Marketing

    The innovative and modern skills required for a successful Sales  and Marketing Career. Modules on Customer Service, Telephone Skills, Handling Complaints will be announced shortly. Leave a message. We will email you, when the modules are ready.

  • Interpersonal Skills

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  • Management Training