Interpersonal Competence: Connect with Others
Isaac Watts said that learning to trust is one of the most difficult tasks in life. Yet, trust is the foundation of all thriving relationships. It is virtually impossible to make genuine connections without trust. When your behavior toward others is aimed at gaining their trust, their behavior also changes. Soon, your connection is strengthened and the relationship flourishes.
Dale Carnegie believed it is possible to change other people’s behaviour by changing one’s behaviour toward them. It begins through authentic connections with others. Applying nine time-tested, core principles helps you strengthen connections with others by building trust and rapport.
In this course, you learn to build trust and rapport to strengthen workplace bonds. These bonds are essential for teams to work harder together and deliver meaningful results. Being a part of a culture where trust is present benefits everyone because productivity is higher, and the work itself becomes more satisfying and rewarding.