What are 'Soft Skills' ?
Soft skills are the 'human skills' that allow people to
Be Open to New Ideas
Respond Appropriately rather than React
Resiliently Grow through Adversity
Successfully Manage Conflict
Solve Problems Effectively
Make Wise Decisions
Why are Soft Skills so Important
Soft skills are often the difference between
desired and unintended outcomes.
They help people adapt to changing circumstances, communicate effectively during times of uncertainty or change from the norm, and to collaborate with others to find effective solutions when these are not immediately obvious.
Those with good soft skills tend to have strong situational awareness and the emotional intelligence and confidence to navigate difficult working environments , whilst still producing positive results.
Soft Skills are especially beneficial in constructively navigating the rapidly changing environment we now have to deal with on a daily basis.
The Future of Jobs Report
The World Economic Forum (WEF) has identified in its Future of Jobs Report 2020 that
The top skills and skill groups which employers see as rising in prominence leading up to 2025 include:
Critical Thinking and Analysis
Skills in self-management such as active learning, resilience, stress tolerance and flexibility.
Persuasion and Negotiation
Soft Skills Can be Learned
The Good news is that Soft skills can be learned.
Our SOFt™ Skills training is a ‘download’ of the collective wisdom of the Subject Matter Experts (SMEs) we are privileged to be partnered with - all Thought Leaders in their fields.
We share with you the 'best-of' that we know - based on the experience and insights we have gained over the years - to enable truly transformational changes .
Our training forms a suite of complementary life-enhancing skills that together lead to wiser decision-making and better outcomes.
The skills we teach lead to changes in attitude and behaviour that ultimately results in better outcomes for the Greater Good of society.
All our training is grounded in reliable and contemporary science; as such the course content will develop in tandem with the evolution of science.