Develop a close cohesion with all stakeholders of The ImageMaker, Inc. ®
Our Soft Skills Certifications Program Course revolves around humanity, interpersonal skills, Communication skills and Intelligence to enable you to make a real difference in peoples lives.
Manage people's expectations;
Appear as a professional in front of all the stakeholders of the company;
Identify problem solving techniques and strategies;
Improve and adapt your communication style;
Develop effective decision-making processes;
If at least one of these 5 statements makes sense to you, then you are ready to take the Soft Skills Certification Program and develop Transversal Skills that will grow your career to a place unimaginable.
Corporations are changing to include Soft Skills.
Becoming an effective professional now requires developing soft skills in order to establish strong relationships with all stakeholders of the company. Nevertheless, most business training focuses solely on hard skills. Although these skills should not be neglected, they must now be associated with strong soft skills to make a difference.
You will have a great asset.....
The Soft Skills Certification Program will provide you with a solid base of general skills that will increase your value in front of a recruiter and / or will move your career to a higher level by differentiating you from competitors.
As part of your training, we will work on basic soft skills such as communication and active listening as well as the development of your transversal and entrepreneurial skills.
However, the key to success lies in the interaction you will have with Dr. Joyce throughout the training. As a Ph.D. and educator as well as the recipient of Certification as a Distance Learning Examiner from Norte Dame to approve other online courses, she is ahead of the rest in providing onsite learning.
Dr. Joyce can help you understand all the elements of a course that suits YOUR level and works with you. We work as a team until we reach advanced levels of achievement.
Are soft skills more important / effective than hard skills?
Your attitude, work ethic, teamwork, decision-making, positive attitude, time management, motivation, flexibility, problem solving, critical thinking and conflict resolution will BECOME part of your general skills.
Hard skills are process skills that are obvious, easily identifiable and proven by the specific skills and technical experience of the job seeker. General Skills is the name given by recruiters to refer to all the general skills and attitudes that are cross-cutting and difficult to quantify and the skills recruiters prefer. Non-technical skills are more related to your personality. It is therefore important to consider them as a priority to improve the way you can present them to an employer.
This is a new concept that is becoming very important in all sectors.
This is the "soft skill." People need these skills to integrate into today's workplace.
In her studies, Joyce's Research found that the best non-technical talent recruiters are looking for people who can solve problems, adapt, use their time effectively, be organized and have effective communication skills.
You can start your Soft Skills Certification Program immediately.
You can start your Soft Skills Certification Program immediately.
Take advantage of the most comprehensive, convenient and valuable Soft Skills Certification Program for an investment of $4800.
This course is offered throughout the US with local partners in the states of Philadelphia, Tennessee, Colorado, Atlanta and Ohio. The course is also distributed internationally with ImageMaker® Associates in South Korea, India and France.
If you have other questions that remain, you can also check the program FAQ, right after.
You can start your Soft Skills Certification Program immediately by choosing one of the trainers below or:
Each person decides how they want to deliver the information. You may want to choose a Facebook “secret group.” where this information can be taught online by adding a “meet & greet” and “Graduation Party at the end to be sure people have felt we met their expectations. You, then may choose a call, Skype or meeting to meet for a Q&A.
Welcome and Learning Outcomes
Introduce purpose of course & learning outcomes to achieve
Share information about all the soft skills by going through a workbook via Zoom and answering all questions
Invite participants to watch soft skills video and facilitate questions/share ideas via Zoom (online forum)
Explanation & Descriptions
Share information on soft vs hard skills
Explain the differences between hard and soft skills
Explain all soft skills and their importance
Chart the soft skill most important for Job Seekers, Corporate Employees from a company culture point of view
Send in their chart for discussion and critique
Display specific elements of each soft skill chosen and be able to specify the ‘why” behind the choice
Discuss 2 case studies of corporate success stories in soft skills training to build company brand
Describe modern strategies for corporate L&D (learning and development): blended learning, micro-learning, informal learning
Identify modern strategies for soft skills building (high frequency, low intensity, long term)
Explain how humans learn complex behaviors (observationally)
Begin the process of watching soft skills training video critically
Rate watched video based on agreed-upon parameters
Facilitation on soft skills in the corporate world to enhance company culture
Creating and facilitating interactions among a group,
Share the steps in creating student with a myriad of soft skills, determining subject matter; content writing a page; what do they want as their niche market?
Work on the skill set they need to achieve their goals?
Write a list of each skill set and putting these into a book they will be able to refer to, as needed, and discuss each one.
Work on each video to understand how the soft skill message is understood by answering questions after they watched the video.
Wrap Up and Evaluation
Have participants complete a quiz on how to work with soft skills quiz
Review the learning outcomes and have participants complete an evaluation
Capable communicators can adjust their tone and style to their audience, understand and act effectively on instructions, and explain complex issues to colleagues.
Not only does it show reliability and commitment, but it shows that you can effectively fit into an organizational structure without the need for constant monitoring.
It's a soft skill that you can show even if you do not directly manage others.
Working as a team to achieve a common goal requires intuition and a strong sense of interpersonal skills to know when to be a leader and when to be an auditor.
Knowing the distinction between decision-making and recklessness implies a soft skill in itself.
Ability to work under pressure
Recruiters reward candidates who demonstrate a decisive attitude, a consistent ability to think clearly, and the ability to compartmentalize and set stress aside.
Flexibility is an important soft skill, as it demonstrates an ability and willingness to learn new skills, and an openness to new tasks and challenges.
Negotiation and conflict resolution
Being an expert negotiator means being persuasive and influential while sensitively seeking a solution that will benefit all parties.
Because even though your technical skills can help you, your relational skills are what opens most doors to come. Your work ethic, your attitude, your communication skills, your emotional intelligence and a whole host of other personal attributes are the general skills that are essential to the success of your career.
If you take this course and your subject is on your resume, biography, or resume, you will rank above the rest of the candidates when applying for a position in a company / company.
Hard Skills - This is your expertise in a particular field of study. Technical skills can lead to employment and are important. However, knowing what to do to manage people is what our employers are looking for in the current job market.
Soft skills - These skills are non-technical and relate to attitudes, behavior, communication, intuitions and personality. General skills are also called interpersonal skills, which allow a person to interact effectively and harmoniously with other people. General skills are also called interpersonal skills and are personal attributes that allow a person to interact effectively and harmoniously with other people. They are important because, if your technical skills can engage you, your relationship skills are what will keep you invaluable to your employer.
This course is intended for all professionals who recognize the need for career development, as well as for executives who wish to develop new styles of management. In addition, this course will be excellent for anyone looking for a job and would like to stand out from the competition.
The ImageMaker, Inc. ® · Communications Group ·
Joyce Knudsen, Ph.D., AICI CIM