Social Intelligence is about understanding your environment and having a positive influence. You will become more confident in social situations by learning how to express and interrupt social cues. You will learn how to create positive connections and increase your influence during social situations.
Increasing Social Intelligence will provide benefits throughout your professional and personal lives. Improving social skills through active listening, understanding body language, and being more empathic will give you an advantage in your interactions. Social interactions are a two-way street, and this microcourse will show you the rules of the road!
By the end of this microcourse you should be able to:
- Be aware of your own behaviors
- Be more empathetic with others
- Know tools for active listening
- Effectively communicate interpersonally
- Recognize various social cues
- Determine appropriate conversation topics
- Recognize various forms of body language
- Lite: $35
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Single microcourses do not qualify for academic credit. However, enrolled students can add three microcourses together, purchase a Microcourse Credit Conversion option, pay the difference between the cost of the microcourses and a regular trimester course at their degree level and submit your reflection journals and a Final Creative Assignment for grading. For assistance with this, please email our Registrar at firstname.lastname@example.org.