Dynamic Strategies

We provide Management Consulting, Soft Skills Training, Professional Resume Development and Process Consulting to help Individuals & Organizations improve performance and deliver critical projects successfully.

Personality Development Training

Most of the people think physical appearance is the only factor that defines one’s personality, but the truth is personality is nothing but a blended mixture of attitude, communication, appearance, and behavior. Personality refers to the characteristics as well as the appearance of an individual which includes the thought pattern, feelings, communication ability, physical features and expressions. And all the aspects that make up your personality what everyone notices first when you appear in front of them and communicate with them. To advance ahead in career and achieve success, you need to make sure that your personality is appealing and pleasing.

Aim

The training module is aimed at the promotion of the strategies for the personality development of the participants. The rationale behind this endeavor is the recognition of the multifaceted influence of the personality of the employees upon organizational effectiveness.


Objectives

The objective of the training program is bring about personality development with regard to the different behavioral dimensions that have far reaching significance in the direction of organizational effectiveness.


Methodology

• Lecture-cum-discussion
• Group Discussion
• Management Games
• Case Studies

Course content

  • Unit 1: Leadership: Introduction to Leadership, Leadership Power, Leadership Styles, Leadership in Administration.

  • Unit 2: Interpersonal Relations: Introduction to Interpersonal Relations, Analysis of different ego states, Analysis of Transactions, Analysis of Strokes, Analysis of Life position.

  • Unit 3: Communication: Introduction to Communication, Flow of Communication, Listening, Barriers of Communication, How to overcome barriers of communication.

  • Unit 4: Stress Management: Introduction to Stress, Causes of Stress, Impact Stress, Managing Stress.

  • Unit 5: Group Dynamics and Team Building: Importance of groups in organization, Interactions in group, Group Decision Taking, Team Building, Interaction with the Team, How to build a good team?

  • Unit 6: Conflict Management: Introduction to Conflict, Causes of Conflict, Managing Conflict.

  • Unit 7: Positive Attitude: Attitude building is mostly an interactive relationship challenge. A person with a Bad Attitude needs helpful colleagues to make them feel safe and accepted. No disciplinary action will change a Bad Attitude. Most discipline can, at best, cause a temporary behavioral image, but not a true correction in attitude.

  • Unit 8: Time Management: Time as a Resource, Identify Important Time Wasters, Individual Time Management Styles, Techniques for better Time Management.

  • Unit 9: Motivation: Introduction to Motivation, Relevance and types of Motivation, Motivating the subordinates, Analysis of Motivation.

  • Unit 10: Body Language: Body language is a kind of nonverbal communication, where thoughts, intentions, or feelings are expressed by physical behaviors, such as facial expressions, body posture, gestures, eye movement, touch and the use of space. Body language exists in both animals and humans, but this training focuses on interpretations of human body language. It is also known as kinesics. It must not be confused with sign language, as sign languages are full languages like spoken languages and have their own complex grammar systems.

  • Unit 11: English Language: English Language Proficiency, Grammar skills, Reading skills, Writing skills, Listening skills and Speaking skills, Pronunciation, Accent, Overview of IELTS, much more...