Soft Skills Training

When was the last time your organization did soft skills training?  Yeah, we all know it costs money, and, well it’s just ‘fluffy’ stuff anyway…….or is it?

The reality is that no matter how proficient a particular employee is within their job discipline, whether Customer Service, Sales, Accounting, Marketing, Engineering, Development, or what have you, if they cannot interact and communicate effectively with their Teams, solve problems and conflict, and manage change, then a great deal of value, opportunity and efficiency is lost.

This applies to all teams, from the boardroom to the shop floor, from not-for-profits to corporate settings.  These skills not only develop better teams for the organization but develop more valuable employees for the future.

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One Response to Soft Skills Training

  1. Susan Rintoul says:

    Enhancing people’s interpersonal skills is how I make my living so of course I believe that training in this area is a worthwhile investment. The part that I generally don’t advertise is that it is also my calling. Active listening skills, conflict resolution steps, creative problem solving, adapting delivery of message to match the listener’s needs, living guided by a clear and compelling vision are some of the skills I address in workshops and one on one coaching.
    These skills not only transfer from job to job but from the workplace to home, from parent to child, from neighbour to neighbour. It’s a return on investment that the world needs.

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