• Katherine Englander

Would you like some Soft Skills Training for you and your employees?

We have been busy preparing our workshop lineup for the next few months.

According to the Elgin Middlesex Oxford Workforce Planning and Development Board 2019 “Employer One Survey”; soft skills are one of the top skills employers desire more in employees.

What Are Soft Skills? Soft skills are more social than technical, and reflect a person’s ability to accept feedback, maintain organization, problem solve, and collaborate with others. Some examples of soft skills that employers most appreciate are; a strong work ethic, strong communication skills, creative problem solving and leadership. Improving soft skills increases motivation and job satisfaction resulting in higher production and productivity.

The workshops will be held throughout February, March and April 2020, once per week.

The workshops are 3 hours in length and will be held at 8:30 am.

February 6th: Respect in the Workplace-Anti Violence and Harassment,

February 20th: Leadership-Difficult People, Difficult Conversations and How to Manage (Part 1),

March 5th: Communication Training (Part 2),

March 19th: Contemporary Issues in Leadership and building Charisma (Part 3),

April 2nd: Customer Service Training and April 16th: Developing Emotional Intelligence and Building Workplace Culture.

Registration is available on Eventbrite at $95 plus admin fee. Individuals wondering if they can afford the $95. should consider investing in themselves and their employees to reduce absenteeism, lost productivity and complaints from other employees.

New Year, New Decade, New You! This is impeccable timing to set new goals. If you are unable to attend and want us to bring this workshop to your workpace, we are able to do that and funding may be available through the Canada Ontario Jobs Grant. For further information call 519-494-2936 or email

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