Through its TRACOM Cares initiative, TRACOM invests in non-profit organizations whose programs benefit the greater community. Our objective is to have a positive impact on non-profit efforts by equipping non-profit employees and volunteers with the necessary Social Intelligence skills to be successful. We understand that non-profit organizations often find it challenging to fund these programs so the TRACOM Cares Non-profit Program offers non-profit organizations our Social Intelligence curriculums at up to a 30% discount.
FAQ for Non-Profit Organizations and Training Leaders
Social Intelligence skills can help the leaders and staff of Non-Profits successfully interact with their wide ranging constituencies. Social intelligence supports the creation of rapport and empathy with donors and contributors. It facilitates the performance of teams and allows projects to move forward even when people have different priorities.
Stress and adversity in today’s workplace has become the norm; this is especially true in the non-profit world where funding, bureaucracy and and support for initiatives can change rapidly. Research shows that highly Resilient people respond to challenges with flexibility and even find opportunities within workplace stress. They perform more effectively in their jobs, are healthier, are more engaged with their work, and have higher commitment to their organizations. The good news for employees and organizations is that resilience can be learned and developed through training.
The Social Intelligence programs help individuals and organizations improve workplace performance by building interpersonal skills, improving teamwork, developing leaders, and enhancing communication. Research shows that high managerial performance is directly linked to high interpersonal skills and we know those skills to be critical for the development of an engaged volunteer network.
Equipping your business development staff with the appropriate Social Intelligence skills will enable them to be more innovative, adaptable and effective. Salespeople who know themselves well can determine when to use specific skills in order to gain the support and respect of their prospects which will result in gaining the prospect’s commitment.