To be a good listener, empathic or able to disclose your true self.
To stand up for your rights and refuse to be taken advantage of.
To take good decisions, avoid impulsive or uninformed choices.
How to meet new people in work, socially and when dating.
How to study, work efficiently, test-taking skills or how to concentrate better.
Improving time management, scheduling or reduce procrastination.
Developing leadership and persuasion skills.
Improve managerial skills and relating to others better.
The handling of money, budgeting or controlling impulsive buying.
Choosing your career, planning out your life or make educational plans.
The following line of questioning is to determine whether existing skills are effective enough to either address change successfully, deal with problems, cope with issues or do you need to acquire additional skills to effectively solve problems.
- Are present skills applied effectively? If not, Why? What is lacking?
- When existing abilities are ineffective, what else could be done to improve such abilities?
- What are the skills you are lacking and need to master?
- How and what abilities do you need to acquire? (e.g. Problem-solving training, social skills via practice in groups and role playing, assertiveness training, constructively handling anger, decision making, study skills, leadership skills, organization and scheduling skills)