It doesn’t matter whether you are management or entry level support personnel, every individual can benefit from soft skill training. Gone are the days where all you needed to succeed are basic technical skills for your industry.
Studies have shown that medical professionals with similar technical skill levels but above average interpersonal skills are sued less. Sales people who rank higher in likability with their customers out produce more knowledgeable counterparts. In industries where technical skills matter most — specifically science, engineering, and IT — professionals with well developed soft skills get farther in organizations than equally or greater skilled associates who lack good soft skills.
Businesses need reliable professionals who can interact effectively with team members, other departments, stakeholders, and other organizations. Every business can benefit from a workforce made up of self starters and flexible learners. If you can manage resources, staff, and time; complete projects successfully and on time; overcome obstacles, deadlines and other external pressures, you may be the ideal employee. Even if you lack some technical skills, you are still more valuable.
Whether you check out our training, find another training source, or conduct your own training with free online resources, you need to invest time in yourself in order to succeed.
Money talks. And soft skills are good for a company’s bottom line.