Corporate Training, Workshops and Private Coaching



Wikipedia defines soft skills as:
A sociological term relating to a person’s “EQ” (Emotional Intelligence Quotient), the cluster of
personality traits, social graces, communication, language, personal habits, friendliness, and
optimism that characterize relationships with other people…Soft skills complement hard skills
(part of a person’s IQ)…Soft skills are personal attributes that enhance an individual’s
interactions, job performance and career prospects. Unlike hard skills, which are about a
person’s skill set and ability to perform a certain type of task or activity, soft skills relate to a
person’s ability to interact effectively with coworkers and customers and are broadly applicable
both in and outside the workplace…soft skills are increasingly sought out by employers in
addition to standard qualifications.

If I really want to improve my situation, I can work on the one thing over which I have control – myself – Stephen R. Covey, The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People

At Indigo View we know that the success of each company depends on the efficiency, aptitude and skills of each employee. Companies are made up of people before their products and services. If the people that make up the business lack interpersonal skills, then the bottom line is naturally affected.

We pride ourselves on delivering measurable outcomes, bespoke programmes and bringing an inventive and compassionate angle to the process of personal growth and expansion within the corporate environment. This is the dominant ethos and philosophy in all areas of our work. We combine creative tools, contemporary, up to date methods and holistic approaches to each of the services on offer, remaining professional and proficient (but always having fun in the process!).



We see the world, not as it is, but as we are or, as we are conditioned to see it – Stephen R. Covey, The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People


In alphabetical order:


Anger Management, Assertiveness and Self-Confidence
Attention Management
Business Ethics and Etiquette
Business Writing
Call Centre Training and Customer Service
Change Management
Civility In The Workplace
Coaching and Mentoring
Communication Strategies
Conflict Resolution
Creative Problem Solving & Critical Thinking
Emotional Intelligence
Employee Motivation, Onboarding and Recruitment
Event Management Skills
Facilitation Skills
Goal Setting



Human Resource Management
Interpersonal Skills
Job Search Skills
Knowledge Management
Leadership and Influence
Listening Skills
Manager Management
Managing Workplace
Public Relations
Negotiation Skills and Supervising Others
NLP Core Skills
Office Politics for Managers
Organizational Skills
Overcoming Sales Objections



Performance Management
Personal Productivity
Presentation Skills
Problem Solving Skills
Project Management
Proposal Writing
Public Speaking and Vocal Training
Report Writing
Sales Fundamentals
Social Media in the Workplace
Stress Management
Supply Chain Management
Talent Management
Telework, Telecommuting & Telephone Skills
Time Management
Virtual Team Building and Management
Work-Life Balance
Workplace Diversity, Harassment and Violence



The final test of a leader is that he leaves behind in others the conviction and will to carry on – Walter Lippman

When we learn how to work with others we are in fact learning how to work with ourselves.

The primary objective of all team building activities is designed to improve team performance. Its focus is to bring the best out of a team by building leadership skills, self-development, positive and constructive communication and the ability to work as a team to problem solve. Through focusing on team dynamics as opposed to individual praise and recognition (as is seen in the professional workplace), we are able to bring a group together, enabling and strengthening their abilities to work as a unit, creating a collective work product and unified commitment.


Some of the areas covered in these workshops include:

• Improving flexibility of skills and abilities
• Encouragement of both individual and team development/improvement
• Leadership skills
• Creating a group’s collaborative abilities
• Lateral thinking and problem solving
• Overcoming personal fears and obstacles
• Creating partnerships
• Resolving conflicts
• Practical exercises and creative tasks pertaining to all elements covered

Contact us for your own personalized and bespoke team building workshops.



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