Posted on Thu, 02/01/2018 - 06:39
Soft skills describe the skills that characterize how one approaches life, work, and relationships. They may be attributes that can’t necessarily be taught, such as common sense, interpersonal skills, and overall attitude and flexibility.
In the workplace, soft skills encompass:
There is some question as to the efficacy of eLearning to teach soft skills because they can be hard to quantify. But this is a bit of a catch-22, as the collaborative nature of eLearning requires employees to work in cooperation with one another. The ability to work well together is a soft skill required in the workplace.
Clearly, soft skills are not outside the realm of being addressed by eLearning courses. Here are some of the unique skills that can be learned via an eLearning approach:
ELearning isn’t solely useful for teaching technical skills, but can have a decidedly positive impact on the attainment of soft skills as well. Today’s learners are tech-savvy, but not always as experienced in areas like interpersonal communication, for example. Don’t overlook the value of honing those all-important soft skills via a quality eLearning program.
Contact Designing Digitally today to improve the workplace soft skills needed at your organization.
By Designing Digitally, Inc.