Presentation Title

Developing your Soft Skills Doesn't Have to be Hard Work

Organization or Institution

Georgia Southern University

Location

Russell Union 2047

Presentation Year

2015

Start Date

3-10-2015 10:00 AM

End Date

3-10-2015 10:50 AM

Document Type

Workshop

Presentation Description

To effectively engage stakeholders at all levels, today's leaders require “soft skills”. Building soft skills not only boosts job satisfaction and workplace morale, it helps us forge lasting effective relationships. It can improve workers’ adaptability and flexibility and reduce turnover. As a result, training in soft skills becomes a value-add at many levels. This session will present a simple proven method for leaders to develop soft skills for communicating effectively, resolving problem situations, building effective relationships, and creating high-functioning teams.

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Oct 3rd, 10:00 AM Oct 3rd, 10:50 AM

Developing your Soft Skills Doesn't Have to be Hard Work

Russell Union 2047

To effectively engage stakeholders at all levels, today's leaders require “soft skills”. Building soft skills not only boosts job satisfaction and workplace morale, it helps us forge lasting effective relationships. It can improve workers’ adaptability and flexibility and reduce turnover. As a result, training in soft skills becomes a value-add at many levels. This session will present a simple proven method for leaders to develop soft skills for communicating effectively, resolving problem situations, building effective relationships, and creating high-functioning teams.