On a personal and professional level, relationships dominate our lives. Many of us in fact rarely find alone time, instead nearly constantly finding ourselves in the company of others. This is part of the human experience! And a social beings, we need others for our own well-being.
On a professional level, employers continually note interpersonal skills and communication skills as the top two most desirable skills in their workers. This course on social intelligence will strengthen both of those areas for you, making you a more desirable worker whether you work for a company or for yourself.
Human relationships are an integral part of our existence. We have them at work, home, and in every other environment we find ourselves in -- religious gatherings, the gym, school, and every place else. But relationships with others are not always easy. Worse, when our important relationships are stressed, our lives are stressed as well. But when they're working wonderfully, we fly through life with lightness and smiles!
I want to help you make all of your relationships work wonderfully! I want to help you improve your social intelligence! This is the purpose of this course!
The tools in this course will help you
All of this is in addition to the benefits you'll receive from a happier, easier, more peaceful intimate relationship as well.
When you understand the mechanisms that go into relationships, you can better navigate all of your relationships and be better perceived by others, leading to unlimited possibilities!
Better communication within our relationships can make all the difference in how satisfying our relationships are for us and for the other person. We can actually observe the tension dissipating from our relationships through practicing well-informed and appropriate relationship communication. Developing these skills is easy with the right insight.
In information-packed, easy-to-understand lectures, this course addresses each communication component that we all use every day. We examine communication aspects such as listening, nonverbal communication, and emotions. We break down each of those components into individual sub-parts, generating greater understanding of the complex communication mechanisms that we all take for granted in all of our daily interactions. Isolating each sub-part permits us to recognize precisely where we can change and improve to achieve happier, more fulfilling relationships of all types. By the end of this course, you'll be able to manage your relationships more intentionally, reduce stress within them, and observe as all of your relationships take a turn for the better. Your overall quality of life will improve as a result!
Lectures, note sheets, assignments, and quizzes all coalesce to construct a very rich course aimed to generate greater awareness of communication within relationships. Based on a very popular university course, grounded in research in the field, and taught by a seasoned instructor, this course is a must-have for anyone who wants their interpersonal interactions -- and all of their relationships -- to be better. Armed with the information provided in this course, the rest of your life can bring you an increased ability to get what you want out of your interactions, greater popularity, and a lot more harmony and satisfaction within your relationships.
Invest in your social intelligence and your relationships and lead a richer, more fulfilling life!
Enroll now and start improving your relationships -- and your life -- today!!
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Hi! I'm Dr. Michele Poff. I have a PhD in Communication*, an MA in Applied Linguistics, and a BA in English**. I've taught university courses in communication and English language for 14 years.
I'm so pleased to have discovered Udemy! This platform allows me to fulfill a lifelong dream of mine, which is to bring the knowledge I've acquired in so many years of university education to people outside of my university courses. Now thanks to Udemy, I can help all kinds of people all over the world who want to improve their lives.
You can be confident that all of my courses come from solid science or unique personal experience, and you will know the difference. For example, there is no science for freelancing tips, and at the same time, I wouldn't dare create a course on confidence, assertiveness, or relationships based on personal experience. Instead, as a PhD, you can be confident that the material I bring to you is grounded in solid science, and is the result of years of scientific research. These are not university courses of course, as they are a lot shorter and a lot simpler here. But I do take pride in creating university-quality courses for my Udemy students. What you get from my courses is complete confidence that the material I offer you is solid and accurate, according to the science on the specific topic. It is not my own opinion. I always do a lot of homework to bring to you the very best courses I can, that are based in solid research and fully backed by science. So the information you learn in my courses isn't just "what my Udemy teacher said," but rather you can be confident that what you get in my courses is "what the science says." This is a really important feature that separates my courses from most of the other courses on Udemy. Everyone has a perspective, and sometimes those perspectives are insightful. But in the end, those are just personal perspectives, and are no different from everyone else's. If you want to be able to rely on the information you receive in your course as accurate and valid in general as the science has shown, instead of being true only for the person teaching the course, then my courses are a good fit for you!
You are in good hands with me :)
*University of Washington is currently ranked number 3 of the world's public universities. It is ranked number 16 of all universities in the world.
**University of California, Berkeley is consistently ranked number 1 of the world's public universities. It is consistently ranked in the top five of all universities in the world, usually behind Harvard, Stanford, and MIT.