Today, more than ever, young adults need to be able to form meaningful connections with others, to understand and interact with others appropriately, and to possess the skills necessary to adjust to awkward situations.
As children mature into young adults, the social skills they are called upon to use become more complex for example when faced with growing peer pressure or becoming involved in group activities outside the home.
Demonstrating positive social skills includes showing confidence in ourselves when relating to others, being kind to strangers, offering to help others, and also treating others with respect.
Social skills are probably the most important set of soft skills children can possess. They facilitate processes such as meeting interesting people, being taken seriously by others, and furthering one's goals such as landing the right work experience or weekend job. Social skills also encompass the ability to negotiate with others, for example when faced with a conflictual situation between people.
We coach children on how to interact and communicate with others ,while following the social rules that govern the way relations are created, transmitted, and changed in both verbal and nonverbal ways.