Behavioral Skills Training



1. Building Confidence: Confidence is not something that can be learned like a set of rules; confidence is a state of mind. Positive thinking, practice, training, knowledge and talking to other people are all useful ways to help improve or boost your confidence levels. Confidence comes from feelings of well-being, acceptance of your body and mind (self-esteem) and belief in your own ability, skills and experience.


2. Presentation Skills: Presenting information clearly and effectively is a key skill to get the message or opinion across and, today, presentation skills are required in almost every field.Whether you are a student, administrator or executive, if you wish to start up your own business, apply for a grant or stand for an elected position, you may very well be asked to make a presentation.


3. Listening & Responding Skills: Demonstration of good listening and responding skills that enables the client to feel heard, understood and accepted can help move the therapeutic interaction forward because it is indicative of the three core conditions of congruence, empathy, and most importantly, unconditional positive regard.


4. Time Management: It refers to the way how an individual organize and plan the time spent on specific activities. It may seem counter-intuitive to dedicate precious time to learn about time management, instead of using it to get on with your work, but the benefits are enormous:

:Greater productivity and efficiency.

:A better professional reputation.

:Less stress.

:Increased opportunities for advancement.

:Greater opportunities to achieve important life and career goals.