The Power of People Skills

It may be nearly 100 years old but Dale Carnegie’s best selling book, How to Win Friends and Influence People is a relevant today as it was when it was first written. In fact, research from Linkedin recently revealed that soft skills are hard currency in regards to career progression and organisation success.

In recent years rapid technological advancements have led to a focus on hard skills, but with 57% of leaders saying soft skills are more important than hard ones, the need to have emotionally intelligent people in a business will always be in high demand.

Improving People Skills in Your Organisation

The ability to communicate, collaborate, resolve problems and come up with innovative ideas are skills that will always need human interaction. That’s why the Dale Carnegie Course is so successful all over the world, with other 8,000,000 graduates who have been given the confidence and practical skills to build better relationships with the clients, colleagues and managers.

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Why Soft Skills are Hard Currency When It Comes to Business Success