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The broad areas covered in the book are: * Soft skill development : An introductory overview * Self discovery and goal setting * Belief, Values ,Attitude and Virtue * Positive thinking and attitude * Motivation * Interpersonal relations and communications * Public Speaking * Group discussion: Honing the decision making skill * Body language * Teamwork and Leadership quality * Towards an effective interview: Getting the best of both worlds * Presentations * Etiquette and Manners * Time management * Personality development * Decision Making * Conflcit and conflict management * Stress management * Leadership * Developing Emotional intelligence Each topic is written by an expert in the area.
She affirmed that the course also aims at developing emotional intelligence and social skills of the employees as they tend to face work pressure while communicating in service institutions.
As Dr Trafford, said: "The vital parts of growing up, developing emotional intelligence, empathy, teamwork and compromise are learned as much outside the classroom as in it, in play and in organised extra-curricular activities .
With offices in seven countries, Six Seconds is the world leading authority developing emotional intelligence.
More attention should be focused on providing the children with critical social skills, such as advocating for themselves, learning communication and literacy skills, using problem-solving strategies, and developing emotional intelligence.
The key to developing emotional intelligence is through self-awareness followed by translation into practice.
Developing emotional intelligence in learners with behavioral Problems: Refocusing special education.
The vital parts of growing up, developing emotional intelligence, empathy, teamwork and compromise are learned as much outside the classroom as in it, in play and in organised extra-curricular activities," he added.