Dynamic Strategies

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Multi-Skilled Training Programmes

An ability and capacity acquired through deliberate, systematic, and sustained effort to smoothly and adaptively carryout complex activities or job functions involving ideas (cognitive skills), things (technical skills), and/or people (interpersonal skills).

Soft Skills Training:

Soft Skills Training is an important part of management training as it has a significant impact on Personality Development. Dynamic Strategies primarily focuses on Training and development of soft skills. Our training programs encompass a wide range of soft skills that most organizations find an integral and necessary part of everyday business and are usually designed and developed based on analysis of training needs as per the requirements of the client organization.

Studies by Stanford Research Institute and the Carnegie Mellon Foundation among Fortune 500 CEOs found that 75% of long term job success depended on people skills and only 25% on technical skills.

Training & Development

Soft skills training is being highly prioritized today by various businesses and corporates as being essential to relationships.

Soft skills are personal characteristics that relate to a person's capability to interact with others.

It is widely acknowledged that India will soon be facing a serious manpower shortage. The phenomenal growth that the Indian economy has witnessed in the last decade was largely driven by the growth in the service sector and particularly fueled by industries such as IT Services, ITeS, Retail, Hospitality, Travel, and Financial Services. This growth is now threatened because the effectiveness and growth of India’s talent pool has been seriously constrained due to a deepening soft skills crisis.

It is often said that "IQ gets you hired, EQ gets you promoted".

TRAINING AND DEVELOPMENT OBJECTIVES

We at Dynamic Strategies believe in delivering quality Learning & Skill Development solutions that have a direct & measurable impact on client’s key performance indicators.

Dynamic Strategies aims to be the most admired learning and skill development partner, enabling sustainable transformation. It provides end-to-end training and skill development solutions to improve productivity for businesses on one hand and employability enhancement for youth on the other..

Training & Development

Our model is based on the addressing the needs of the Industry and is therefore focused on making students work ready. We also work extensively with other key stakeholders – Government (Central and State), Private Companies (funder and employers), Foundations, International Bodies, Trainees and Parents - creating a vibrant mix of sponsored and self-paid programmes with a singular objective of matching youth to jobs or self-employment opportunities.

Importance of Training

Finding and keeping workers with the knowledge and skills to get the job done is critical in today’s workplace. A skilled workforce is often the key to a company’s growth and stability, and it could be the determining factor in the success of your business.

In the current scenario of global competition, organizations have realized the role of ‘soft skills training’ in development and growth of their business. To enhance professionalism among employees and represent the brand effectively in the market, ‘soft skills training’ has been identified as the key factor.

Today, most of the organizations have identified ‘soft skills training’ and integrated the same while imparting training to their employees which in turn generates a higher degree of loyalty and employee retention.

Soft Skill Training

Communication, Decision-Making, Optimism, Can-Do Attitude, Problem Solving, Leadership, etc. In fact, every soft skill can be taught and strengthened through training. Soft Skills Training is something that cannot be ignored in a country like India, where the education system completely ignores this aspect. For a companies or corporates, their employees are the link between the company and the external world, including their clients.

Thus, grooming employees should be considered by corporate houses as an important investment in their human resources.


Soft & Behavioural Skills:

Training is one of the best investments an organization can make for itself and its employees. Regular training programs not only add to the skills set of its people thereby improving their job competence, they also aid in increasing job satisfaction resulting in greater growth for the organization which helps it stay ahead in today’s competitive world.

Getting results in business is both an art and science. While technical skills form the science, it is the soft and behavioral skills that form the art.

It’s often questioned if soft skills really matter if you are extraordinary at the technical aspects of your job? The answer is ‘ABSOLUTELY’.

Both sets of skills (hard and soft) are required; you are certainly not going to be successful in your job interview or at work with one set without the other.

Although technical Skills have always ruled the roost, in this globalized and continuously changing world, "soft skills" are gaining equal importance. It's not enough to be highly trained only in hard skills, without developing the softer, relationship-building skills.

The best way to put it is ‘It’s the hard skills that get you through the interview but you need soft skills to keep your job”.

To help organizations stay competitive as well as excel, Dynamic Strategies offers the below list of Soft and Behavioral Skills workshops –

Art of Effective Delegation: Delegation is the assignment of authority and responsibility to another person to carry out specific activities. Delegation empowers a subordinate to make decisions and unleash hidden potentials if done correctly. Delegation is a very helpful aid for succession planning and personal development.

Assertiveness: Assertive communication is the ability to express positive and negative ideas and feelings in an open, honest and direct way. It recognizes our rights while still respecting the rights of others. It allows us to take responsibility for ourselves and our actions without judging or blaming other people. It also allows us to constructively confront and find a mutually satisfying solution where conflict exists.

Basic Negotiation Skills: Negotiation is finding a way out for all involved parties to gain something they value from the resolution of a position of conflict. It is a way that enables both parties to work together in the future.

Business Etiquette: Etiquette refers to a system of rules and conventions that regulate individual, social and organizational behavior. As in any society, organizations have certain accepted rules of behavior upheld and enforced by policies as well as some unsaid norms of behavior mandated by culture and enforced by group pressure. The breach of these result in disapproval by other members of the team or organization.

Coaching and Mentoring: Every organization would like to develop the next set of leaders internally, rather than having to hire from outside the organization. Hence they have to be able to continually coach and mentor the juniors to be future leaders. For this to be done successfully, good coaching and mentoring skills are required.

Presentation Skills: A systematic manner of presenting yourself, any information, ideas, arguments and facts with the objective of passing on clear information, influencing and persuading others, educating, entertaining & motivating people is known as effective presentation skills. It is not sufficient to know what one ought to say;

Decision Making: In today’s competitive environment, at each and every position in the organization employees are exposed to situations where they need to take decisions. The intensity and the criticality of the decision may vary from level to level but every employee has to face this situation in some form or the other. The biggest challenge facing employees in today's ever-changing working environment is the effective use of one’s individual resources in analyzing situations to make effective decisions.

Communication Skills: Regardless of the size of your organization – whether it's a large corporation or a small company – if you want to succeed, you need good communication skills. The simple act of transferring information from one place to another can become quite a daunting task if not done in the correct manner. The ability to communicate information accurately, clearly and as intended is a vital life skill and can help you in all spheres of your life right from your professional life to your personal life and in everything in between!!! It’s never too late to work on your communication skills and by doing so improving the quality of your life and your relationships.

Conflict Resolution: Conflict is opposition arising from disagreements due to inconsistent objectives, thoughts or emotions within or among individuals, teams, departments or organizations.

Conflicts arise at task levels and also at the emotional or relationship levels.

Creativity and Lateral Thinking: Everyone is creative, but our creativity can be trapped like a mouse in a mousetrap either because of our belief that change is not required, our unwillingness to change, a lack of conviction that change can make a positive difference or an opinion that nobody wants to change. The fact is that creativity can only be unleashed when we are willing for a change, a change that will break barriers and propel you to THE NEXT LEVEL, what we aim to do through our program on creativity.

Emotional Intelligence: Emotional intelligence (EI) is the ability to perceive emotions; to access and generate emotions so as to assist thought; to understand emotions and emotional knowledge, and to reflectively regulate emotions so as to promote emotional and intellectual growth.

Goal Setting: A goal is a desired outcome that a person, a team or an organization foresees, plans and makes a commitment to achieve. In other words, it is something that we wish to achieve and may set a time frame by when we wish to achieve it. It is having a purpose or an aim and the envisioned result guides one's action towards the desired object or state.

Problem Solving: Problems are a part of life and the approach we adopt to solve them is what really makes the difference. The ‘Problem Solving and Decision Making’ module focuses on developing competencies for effective problem analysis and evaluation. This includes first accepting that there is a problem and identification of the root causes of the problem, generating and evaluating alternative solutions and making appropriate decisions as well as taking responsibility for the decisions made.

Sales Effectiveness: The growth and profitability of most organizations depend on the effectiveness of their sales teams to generate and nourish business. In the battle for gaining the leadership position in this competitive world only the better equipped fighting forces to survive. Besides being the soldiers of the organization, the sales team also acts as the ambassadors of the organization in the marketplace, aiding the positioning created through advertising.

Leadership Skills: One of the most reliable indicators and predictors of leadership is an individual’s ability to find meaning in negative events and to learn from even the most trying circumstances. Put another way, the skills required to conquer adversity and emerge stronger and more committed than ever are the same ones that make for extraordinary leaders.

Managerial Skills: It has been said that effective management is all about discipline in completing the assigned task and good managers maximize time, talent and resources to raise profits and morale.

Managerial skills consist of mapping one's responsibilities, key support and communication lines to set and achieve organizational targets.

Personality Development: For most people, personality development is about how we look and how we behave with others. That definitely holds true, however, it forms only a tip of the iceberg called personality. The major chunk of the iceberg is made up of our attitudes, beliefs, values, motivations and fears. These aspects of the mind govern the bodily aspects of personality, which in turn create our overall personality.

Supervisory Skills: A supervisor’s job is to multitask. They have to link job roles and responsibilities to organizational goals, manage processes and other resources, apply human resource management skills, identify their own and their team's contribution to the organization, lead, manage and motivate their team to meet management expectations.

Time Management: It has been said that ‘Time is Money.’ In fact, we believe that time is much more valuable than money because unlike money, we can’t get lost time back. We are all given the same amount of it and can’t beg, borrow or steal from anyone to get more of it. Therefore to live a well-balanced life, we should be as abundantly rich in minutes as we are in Rupees, so that we have the freedom to spend our hours on what is truly valuable to us.

Education beyond academic knowledge: Soft Skills

Soft skills can be said to incorporate all aspects of generic skills that include the cognitive elements associated with non-academic skills. Soft skills are identified to be the most critical skills in the current global job market especially in a fast moved era of technology. The reorientation of education which is one trust of education for sustainability also relates the importance of these so-called ‘soft skills’.

Soft skills are the personal character traits or qualities each of us has. They make up who we are, generally encompassing our attitudes, habits and how we interact with other people. They are much less tangible than hard or technical skills, and unlike them, you do not learn soft skills by enrolling in a training program. You can, however, acquire them through educational, work and life experiences but it will take a concerted effort on your part.

We are living in an era of constant change. Because businesses are becoming less dictatorial and more social, the understanding and value of soft skills to an organization are growing daily.

Some of very useful soft skills

  • Personality Development;

  • Communication Skills;

  • Presentation Skills;

  • Decision Making Skills;

  • Time Management Skills;

  • Problem Solving & Critical Thinking Skills;

  • Organizational Skills;

  • Interpersonal Skills;

  • Email Etiquette;

  • English Language Proficiency;

  • Develop Global Mindset;

  • Goal Setting Skills,

Interview Skills:

Interview preparation includes interview etiquette, personal and professional grooming, body language and an extensive list of expected questions asked during an interview, their pitfalls and answers.

Group discussion training features in depth insight into GD preparation, FAQs, assessment, Do’s and Don’ts and an extensive list of GD Topics.

Through some interesting and therapeutic exercises, our Confidence Building Program will help you change the way you feel in different situations. You will get tons of information on how to build up your confidence, making you feel free to try new things out you never imagined being able to do before.

Benefits of improving the literacy and essential skills of your workers:

  • Increased Productivity;

  • Better Health and Safety Records;

  • Higher Retention Rate;

  • More Vibrant and Engaged Workforce;

  • Better Team Performance;

  • Increased Participation and Communication;

  • Increased Worker Confidence.

Our Training Techniques & Tools:

The rapid growth of training and development function in Indian organizations in the last three decades has necessitated a paradigm shift from trainer-centered teaching to trainee-centered learning. Accordingly, programmes with emphasis on introspection and action orientation, together with experiential learning, have become need of the day for making the training progrmmes / sessions / workshops more effective.

The special feature of our training programmes is that the participants would prepare action plans to handle training sessions on specific themes related to human behaviour and also managerial skills.

Our Training Capabilities:

Our Trainers have been working as Business & Management Consultants & Corporate Trainers for the past several years associated with various multi-nations in India & Abroad. Our experienced trainers have experience conducting multi-skill training assignments like sales / product training programs, soft skills / management & leadership training programs, behavioral training programs, logistics / process training programs (ISO, CMMI, ITIL, ITSM, Six Sigma, HACCP, OHSAS 18001 & TQM), preparing custom training material and overseeing trainers who spend time in the field coaching, mentoring and working with a number of corporate houses & individuals.