How Can I Teach Soft Skills to Better Prepare Students for the Workplace?

Start: Monday, October 11, 2021
End: Sunday, October 17, 2021

Employers demand a talent pool armed with both hard and soft skills. Sadly, the focus on the development of soft skills ends somewhere between kindergarten and college. This 20-Minute Mentor (Opens in a new window) discusses core power skills which include: teamwork, communication, positive attitude, critical thinking, professionalism, and time management. You’ll also learn a four-phase approach to integrating soft-skill education into a curriculum and how to design-related activities to unleash the full potential of your students.

Upon completion of this program, you’ll be able to:

• Have an increased awareness of the need to integrate soft skills into the curriculum

  • Learn how to infuse curriculum with activities that focus on developing soft skills but complement the hard skills they are teaching in the class
  • Be able to consider ways to integrate soft skill development directly into the curriculum, develop a new, standalone course, or offer as continuing workforce education (CWE) program offering

http://mondaymorningmentors.com

Password: workplace11

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