People with good interpersonal skills are usually perceived as optimistic, calm, confident and charismatic - qualities that are often endearing or appealing to others.
Through awareness of how you interact with others - and with practice - you can improve your interpersonal skills.
This section of Skills You Need is full of information and practical advice that you can use to improve your interpersonal skills.
Interpersonal Skills Self-Assessment Discover your interpersonal skills strengths and weaknesses.
Interpersonal Skills become so natural that we may take them for granted, never thinking about how we communicate with other people.
With a little time and effort you can develop these skills.
Different cultures have different expectations about relationships and how people should interact within those relationships.