By Laura Francis
Published in Training Journal
March 18, 2020
Mentoring relationships offer a great opportunity for building soft skills. This Training Journal article by Laura Francis gives three examples you can start using today.
Article Sneak Peek:
The need for soft skills in the workplace continues to be a topic of interest and concern for individuals and organizations – for good reason.
In LinkedIn’s 2019 Global Talent Trends report, 92% of talent professionals said that soft skills matter as much or more than hard skills when it comes to hiring someone.
As Suman Agarwal said in her August 2019 TJ feature: “While hard skills are necessary to get an opportunity, soft skills are critical to making it big in any career.”
So how can you build soft skills such as empathy, listening, flexibility, creativity, persuasion, and collaboration – all of which can impact your career and how you do your job?
Continue reading “Use Mentoring to Build Soft Skills” here.