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Working in the financial services industry requires the same level of proficiency in soft skills as in the more technical aspects of the job.
The ethos of Financial Charisma is really all about the CHARISMA......having personal appeal!
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Catapult your career and well-being to new heights with the personal attention you’ll get working with me on an individual basis. Become an even more valuable asset to your employer and secure your next promotion.
Grow and develop your leadership team so that the changes ripple down throughout your entire organisation. Take responsibility at the top to inspire others and inject new energy into your business.
Set up training and workshops for your employees that go beyond the normal course offering. Train for confidence, not just skills and set new and inspiring standards for success.
Get everyone inspired and on the same page with offsites and corporate events that don’t just temporarily motivate the team, but have a lasting and transformative impact.
The best way to trial the quality and effectiveness of our training is a half-day taster session. Call us on 01306 735 368 or 07920 156 788 to discuss which training module is suitable for your team.
For Accountants, we recommend the training modules listed below, however we will develop training that is tailored to your specific requirements and to improving your bottom line.
See our Complete Course Offering for a full list of our training programmes.
When a workforce has the best financial skills but a lack of soft skills, you have a soft skills gap. It is important that soft skills accompany hard skills to enable your organisation to use its expertise to its full advantage.
The symptoms of a soft skill gap include:
In fact, whenever you are unable to capitalise on the wealth of knowledge, experience and proficiency within your team, then you should be assessing the level of communication and interpersonal skills that are present in your organisation.
The workplace has evolved an interpersonal dynamic that can't be ignored. The acts of listening, presenting ideas, resolving conflict, and fostering an open and honest work environment all come down to knowing how to build and maintain relationships with people. It's those relationships that allow people to participate fully in team projects, show appreciation for others, and enlist support for their projects.
The more of these things you see around you, the better people's soft skills are likely to be within your organisation. These all have a significant impact on the attitude a person brings to interactions with clients, customers, colleagues, supervisors, and other stakeholders. The more positive someone's attitude, the better that person's relationships will be. That's what fosters great team performance, and leads people to contribute strongly to the organisation's vision and strategy.