• Interpersonal skills are of utmost importance
when dealing at work place or outside.
• Companies today stress highly on
interpersonal skills and positive personalities
traits the existence of which ensures a
• Call out greetings- In a corporate
organization, it almost becomes mandatory by
• You will be looked up on as attentive and
• It shows how you respect and care about the
people working around you.
• 2. Smile often- Smiling makes people think
about you as approachable and hence you will
be interacting more in your work place.
• A sullen face or an indifferent one will only
make you look severe in your work
• 3. Listen- When someone speaks to you –
• Listening to someone assures that you are
attentive and have a great emotional quotient
when comes to dealing with people.
• 4. Humor- Humor is a remedy to lighten
things and makes getting along easier.
• Inject smart humor in your work and
otherwise in your dealings with people around
you at your work place or when at a social
• It is also a way of attracting people.
• 5. Communicate- Communication is the
soul of human relationships.
• Communicating in the right way will help you
build a professional as well as personal
• Appreciate someone when they are looking
nice, give your opinion when asked; oppose
something which does not feel right.
• 6. Do not involve yourself in disputes- We
suggest you watch from the side lines.
• It’s not always considered smart to interfere
in someone’s conflict.
• Another important point on the list of
interpersonal skills is to try and be assertive,
diplomatic before you give rise to a dispute
• 7. Network- Network to the best of your
ability with the people you come across.
• The reason why interpersonal skills are
stressed on is to help a person build a network
be it personal, professional or for some other
• 8. Leadership
A leader has the ability to influence others
through qualities such as personal charisma,
expertise, command of language, and the
creation of mutual respect.
Involves working with others in a group
towards a common goal.
• This requires cooperating with others, being
responsive to others' ideas, taking a
collaborative approach to learning, and taking
a responsibility for developing and achieving
• Mentoring is:
• A mentoring relationship may be formal or
informal, but must involve trust, mutual
respect, and commitment as both parties
work together to achieve a goal.
• Group work is:
• any activity which has been specifically
designed so that students work in pairs or
groups, and may be assessed as a group
(referred to as formal group work); or
• Motivating others is:
• Generating enthusiasm and energy by being
positive, focusing on finding solutions and
maintaining a positive attitude even when
things are not going well (for example, when
something goes wrong, asking "What can we
try now?" instead of saying, "That should have