SOFT SKILLS TRAINING
These are a set of personal habits, qualities, social graces and attitudes that distinguishes a person as a good employee and someone compatible to work with. Organisations and Companies value soft skills highly. Research shows that Soft Skills can be as important an indicator of job performance as hard skills.
In a competitive environment it is no longer sufficient to only have “Hard Skills” – the core expertise of a particular job description. Being an expert in Microsoft Office is important, but not having communication skills and Time Management skills for example, might decrease your chances of being that “next hire”.
As an accredited Coach, Clare Staniforth will guide you through to competency in all areas of important Soft skills such as:
- Communication Skills,
- Problem Solving Skills
- Work Ethics
- Interpersonal Skills